Conjugation to come: past tense, present, future, participle | English verb conjugation

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Auxiliary: have, be

Other forms: not come

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Indicative

Present

  • I come
  • you come
  • he/she/it comes
  • we come
  • you come
  • they come

Preterite

  • I came
  • you came
  • he/she/it came
  • we came
  • you came
  • they came

Present continuous

  • I am coming
  • you are coming
  • he/she/it is coming
  • we are coming
  • you are coming
  • they are coming

Present perfect

  • I have come
  • you have come
  • he/she/it has come
  • we have come
  • you have come
  • they have come

Future

  • I will come
  • you will come
  • he/she/it will come
  • we will come
  • you will come
  • they will come

Future perfect

  • I will have come
  • you will have come
  • he/she/it will have come
  • we will have come
  • you will have come
  • they will have come

Past continous

  • I was coming
  • you were coming
  • he/she/it was coming
  • we were coming
  • you were coming
  • they were coming

Past perfect

  • I had come
  • you had come
  • he/she/it had come
  • we had come
  • you had come
  • they had come

Future continuous

  • I will be coming
  • you will be coming
  • he/she/it will be coming
  • we will be coming
  • you will be coming
  • they will be coming

Present perfect continuous

  • I have been coming
  • you have been coming
  • he/she/it has been coming
  • we have been coming
  • you have been coming
  • they have been coming

Past perfect continuous

  • I had been coming
  • you had been coming
  • he/she/it had been coming
  • we had been coming
  • you had been coming
  • they had been coming

Future perfect continuous

  • I will have been coming
  • you will have been coming
  • he/she/it will have been coming
  • we will have been coming
  • you will have been coming
  • they will have been coming

Participle

Imperative

  • come
  • let's come
  • come

Present

  • coming

Past

  • come

Infinitive

  • to come

Perfect participle

  • having come
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