Conjugation upset oneself: past tense, present, future, participle | English verb conjugation

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Other forms: upset/not upset oneself

In English, the conjugated forms are the same for the following persons: you, we and they.

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Indicative

Present

  • I upset myself
  • you upset yourself
  • he/she/it upsets himself/herself/itself
  • we upset ourselves
  • you upset yourselves
  • they upset themselves

Preterite

  • I upset myself
  • you upset yourself
  • he/she/it upset himself/herself/itself
  • we upset ourselves
  • you upset yourselves
  • they upset themselves

Present continuous

  • I am upsetting myself
  • you are upsetting yourself
  • he/she/it is upsetting himself/herself/itself
  • we are upsetting ourselves
  • you are upsetting yourselves
  • they are upsetting themselves

Present perfect

  • I have upset myself
  • you have upset yourself
  • he/she/it has upset himself/herself/itself
  • we have upset ourselves
  • you have upset yourselves
  • they have upset themselves

Future

  • I will upset myself
  • you will upset yourself
  • he/she/it will upset himself/herself/itself
  • we will upset ourselves
  • you will upset yourselves
  • they will upset themselves

Future perfect

  • I will have upset myself
  • you will have upset yourself
  • he/she/it will have upset himself/herself/itself
  • we will have upset ourselves
  • you will have upset yourselves
  • they will have upset themselves

Past continuous

  • I was upsetting myself
  • you were upsetting yourself
  • he/she/it was upsetting himself/herself/itself
  • we were upsetting ourselves
  • you were upsetting yourselves
  • they were upsetting themselves

Past perfect

  • I had upset myself
  • you had upset yourself
  • he/she/it had upset himself/herself/itself
  • we had upset ourselves
  • you had upset yourselves
  • they had upset themselves

Future continuous

  • I will be upsetting myself
  • you will be upsetting yourself
  • he/she/it will be upsetting himself/herself/itself
  • we will be upsetting ourselves
  • you will be upsetting yourselves
  • they will be upsetting themselves

Present perfect continuous

  • I have been upsetting myself
  • you have been upsetting yourself
  • he/she/it has been upsetting himself/herself/itself
  • we have been upsetting ourselves
  • you have been upsetting yourselves
  • they have been upsetting themselves

Past perfect continuous

  • I had been upsetting myself
  • you had been upsetting yourself
  • he/she/it had been upsetting himself/herself/itself
  • we had been upsetting ourselves
  • you had been upsetting yourselves
  • they had been upsetting themselves

Future perfect continuous

  • I will have been upsetting myself
  • you will have been upsetting yourself
  • he/she/it will have been upsetting himself/herself/itself
  • we will have been upsetting ourselves
  • you will have been upsetting yourselves
  • they will have been upsetting themselves

Imperative

  • upset yourself
  • let's upset ourselves
  • upset yourselves

Participle

Present

  • upsetting

Past

  • upset

Infinitive

  • to upset

Perfect Participle

  • having upset
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