regular model: work
verbs ending in -e: like

like - model verbRegular verbs ending with a silent -e: remove the final -e before adding -ed or -ing.

Variants of the regular models:

  1. pass -s, -sh, -x, -o: +e
  2. try -y>ie
  3. omit -X>-XX
  4. die -ie: -ie>y
  5. agree -ee: +d

Irregular past tense models:

  1. cost invar.
  2. feed vowel: long>short
  3. find i>ou
  4. know [o,a]>e
  5. mean +t
  6. panic -k-
  7. pay -ay>aid
  8. send -d>-t
  9. sing i>a, u
  10. show >ed, -n
  11. stick a>u, i>u
  12. sleep -ee_>-e_t
  13. speak >o_e, o_en
  14. spell >ed, -t
  15. take -ake>-ook, -aken
  16. think >-ought
  17. wear -ear>-ore, -orn
  18. write -i_e>o_e, i_en

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welcome

It is conjugated like: like
infinitive:
present participle:
past participle:
(to) welcome
welcoming
welcomed
definition
in Spanish
in French
in Italian

Indicative

presentAlso known as:
present simple or simple present
Iwelcome
youwelcome
he, she, itwelcomes
wewelcome
youwelcome
theywelcome
simple pastAlso known as:
past simple or preterite
Iwelcomed
youwelcomed
he, she, itwelcomed
wewelcomed
youwelcomed
theywelcomed
future
Iwill welcome
youwill welcome
he, she, itwill welcome
wewill welcome
youwill welcome
theywill welcome

Perfect tenses

present perfect
Ihave welcomed
youhave welcomed
he, she, ithas welcomed
wehave welcomed
youhave welcomed
theyhave welcomed
past perfectAlso known as:
pluperfect
Ihad welcomed
youhad welcomed
he, she, ithad welcomed
wehad welcomed
youhad welcomed
theyhad welcomed
future perfect
Iwill have welcomed
youwill have welcomed
he, she, itwill have welcomed
wewill have welcomed
youwill have welcomed
theywill have welcomed

Continuous (progressive) and emphatic tenses

present continuous
Iam welcoming
youare welcoming
he, she, itis welcoming
weare welcoming
youare welcoming
theyare welcoming
past continuous
Iwas welcoming
youwere welcoming
he, she, itwas welcoming
wewere welcoming
youwere welcoming
theywere welcoming
present emphatic
Ido welcome
youdo welcome
he, she, itdoes welcome
wedo welcome
youdo welcome
theydo welcome
past emphatic
Idid welcome
youdid welcome
he, she, itdid welcome
wedid welcome
youdid welcome
theydid welcome

Compound continuous (progressive) tenses

present perfect
Ihave been welcoming
youhave been welcoming
he, she, ithas been welcoming
wehave been welcoming
youhave been welcoming
theyhave been welcoming
past perfect
Ihad been welcoming
youhad been welcoming
he, she, ithad been welcoming
wehad been welcoming
youhad been welcoming
theyhad been welcoming
future
Iwill be welcoming
youwill be welcoming
he, she, itwill be welcoming
wewill be welcoming
youwill be welcoming
theywill be welcoming
future perfect
Iwill have been welcoming
youwill have been welcoming
he, she, itwill have been welcoming
wewill have been welcoming
youwill have been welcoming
theywill have been welcoming

Conditional

present
Iwould welcome
youwould welcome
he, she, itwould welcome
wewould welcome
youwould welcome
theywould welcome
perfectAlso known as:
past conditional
Iwould have welcomed
youwould have welcomed
he, she, itwould have welcomed
wewould have welcomed
youwould have welcomed
theywould have welcomed
present continuous
Iwould be welcoming
youwould be welcoming
he, she, itwould be welcoming
wewould be welcoming
youwould be welcoming
theywould be welcoming
perfect continuous
Iwould have been welcoming
youwould have been welcoming
he, she, itwould have been welcoming
wewould have been welcoming
youwould have been welcoming
theywould have been welcoming

Imperative

present
(you)welcome!
(we)let's welcome!
(you)welcome!

Subjunctive

present
Iwelcome
youwelcome
he, she, itwelcome
wewelcome
youwelcome
theywelcome
past
Iwelcomed
youwelcomed
he, she, itwelcomed
wewelcomed
youwelcomed
theywelcomed
future
Ishould welcome
youshould welcome
he, she, itshould welcome
weshould welcome
youshould welcome
theyshould welcome

*Blue letters in conjugations are irregular forms. (example)
*Red letters in conjugations are exceptions to the model. (example)

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