Conjugation verb age

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Conjugate

Auxiliary: have, be

Other forms: age oneself/not age

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Indicative

Present

  • I age
  • you age
  • he/she/it ages
  • we age
  • you age
  • they age

Preterite

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

Present continuous

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

Present perfect

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

Future

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

Future perfect

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

Past continous

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

Past perfect

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

Future continuous

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

Present perfect continuous

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

Past perfect continuous

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

Future perfect continuous

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

Participle

Imperative

  • age
  • let's age
  • age

Present

  • aging

Past

  • aged

Infinitive

  • to age

Perfect participle

  • having aged
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age verb conjugation to all tenses, modes and persons.
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