What Is The Future Tense Of Flee?

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future I will flee you will flee he, she, it will flee we will flee

What is go future tense?

The simple future tense is made up of shall plus the infinitive (without “to”) in the first person, and will plus the infinitive in the second and third persons. I shall go, we shall go You will go He, she, it, they will go. The emphatic future tense reverses the auxiliary verbs: I will go, we will go .

How do you conjugate flee?

  1. Indicative.
  2. Present. I flee. you flee. ...
  3. I am fleeing. you are fleeing. he is fleeing. ...
  4. I fled. you fled. he fled. ...
  5. I was fleeing. you were fleeing. he was fleeing. ...
  6. I have fled. you have fled. he has fled. ...
  7. I have been fleeing. you have been fleeing. he has been fleeing. ...
  8. I had fled. you had fled. he had fled.

Is flee present tense?

The past tense of flee is fled. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of flee is flees. The present participle of flee is fleeing . The past participle of flee is fled.

What is the future tense of do?

He/She/It will/ shall do . I will/shall do. You/We/They will/shall do. He/She/It will/shall be doing.

What are examples of future tense?

  • She’ll write the e-mail after lunch.
  • Don’t lift that. You’ll hurt yourself.
  • You dropped your purse. ...
  • I’ll see you tomorrow.
  • You’ll get the answer by post.
  • Dan’s going to take the order over to the customer.
  • The girls are going to sing ‘Amazing Grace’ now.
  • I’ll drive you to your lesson at 4 pm.

Is Would a future tense?

We have this in the past tense, simple past tense and then, in that past tense thought, we have some idea about the future and we use Would to express that idea about the future. Let’s look at some examples of this though. Here, I knew you would help me. ... So we can use Would to talk about future but in the past.

What are the three forms of Flee?

Base Form (Infinitive): To Flee Past Simple: Fled Past Participle: Fled 3rd Person Singular: Flees Present Participle/Gerund: Fleeing

What is the past tense of swear?

simple pasti past simple or preterit you swore he, she, it swore we swore you swore

What is the formation of future perfect tense?

The FUTURE PERFECT TENSE indicates that an action will have been completed (finished or “perfected”) at some point in the future. This tense is formed with “will” plus “have” plus the past participle of the verb (which can be either regular or irregular in form): “I will have spent all my money by this time next year.

What tense is had fled?

past perfect i pluperfect I had flown you had flown he, she, it had flown we had flown

What is the future tense of sell?

future I will sell you will sell he, she, it will sell we will sell

What is the present tense of struck?

Word forms: plural, 3rd person singular present tense strikes , present participle striking , past tense, past participle struck , past participle stricken language note: The form struck is the past tense and past participle.

How many future tenses are in English?

Today we’re going to look at four future tenses : the future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect and the future perfect continuous. We’ll show you how and when to use them. We’ll also share with you some fun videos and activities to help you understand them better.

Do Did Done tenses?

I do not want it. We do not want it. You do not want it. You do not want it. He does not want it. They do not want it.

What are the 4 types of future tense?

  • Simple future tense.
  • Future continuous tense.
  • Future perfect tense.
  • Future perfect continuous tense.
Leah Jackson
Leah Jackson
Leah is a relationship coach with over 10 years of experience working with couples and individuals to improve their relationships. She holds a degree in psychology and has trained with leading relationship experts such as John Gottman and Esther Perel. Leah is passionate about helping people build strong, healthy relationships and providing practical advice to overcome common relationship challenges.