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In English, you can type in infinitive forms such as "go", "abide", "break", … but also conjugated forms ("done", "making", "has", "comes"). The conjugator recognizes infinitive, reflexive verbs ("hurt oneself") and negative forms ("not remember") as well as phrasal verbs ("get off", "come in").
The Contractions option displays the contracted forms of auxiliaries and negatives, e.g.: not believe: "I do not believe" or "I don't believe", see: "I have seen" or "I've seen", "I will go" or "I'll go"...
The conjugator uses conjugation rules for irregular verbs and models. You can click on the corresponding sections to learn more.
Modals such as "will" and "should" are also included. The page British and American English highlights some important usage differences.
The conjugator allows you to conjugate any verb as long as it corresponds to an existing conjugation model. They may be imaginary verbs, they may contain spelling mistakes or often be buzz verbs, not yet aggregated to our conjugation tables like google, crowdfund, retweet.
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