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to drive [tr, intr, irr]

to drive, drove, driven
– drives, driving –

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ACTIVE Intro AFFIR­MATION
FULL FORM ANSWER
Top - Indicative - Conditional - Subjunctive - Imperative - Bottom
indicative presentindicative past tense
I driveI drove
you driveyou drove
he/she/it driveshe/she/it drove
we drivewe drove
you driveyou drove
they drivethey drove
indicative present continuousindicative past tense continuous
I am drivingI was driving
you are drivingyou were driving
he/she/it is drivinghe/she/it was driving
we are drivingwe were driving
you are drivingyou were driving
they are drivingthey were driving
indicative present perfectindicatif past perfect
I have drivenI had driven
you have drivenyou had driven
he/she/it has drivenhe/she/it had driven
we have drivenwe had driven
you have drivenyou had driven
they have driventhey had driven
indicative present perfect cont.indicative past perfect cont.
I have been drivingI had been driving
you have been drivingyou had been driving
he/she/it has been drivinghe/she/it had been driving
we have been drivingwe had been driving
you have been drivingyou had been driving
they have been drivingthey had been driving
indicative futureindicative future perfect
I shall/will driveI shall/will have driven
you will driveyou will have driven
he/she/it will drivehe/she/it will have driven
we shall/will drivewe shall/will have driven
you will driveyou will have driven
they will drivethey will have driven
indicative future continuousindicative future perfect cont.
I shall/will be drivingI shall/will have been driving
you will be drivingyou will have been driving
he/she/it will be drivinghe/she/it will have been driving
we shall/will be drivingwe shall/will have been driving
you will be drivingyou will have been driving
they will be drivingthey will have been driving
Top - Indicative - Conditional - Subjunctive - Imperative - Bottom
conditional presentconditional perfect
I should/would driveI should/would have driven
you would driveyou would have driven
he/she/it would drivehe/she/it would have driven
we should/would drivewe should/would have driven
you would driveyou would have driven
they would drivethey would have driven
conditional present cont.conditional perfect cont.
I should/would be drivingI should/would have been driving
you would be drivingyou would have been driving
he/she/it would be drivinghe/she/it would have been driving
we should/would be drivingwe should/would have been driving
you would be drivingyou would have been driving
they would be drivingthey would have been driving
Top - Indicative - Conditional - Subjunctive - Imperative - Bottom
subjunctive presentsubjunctive past tense
that I drivethat I drove
that you drivethat you drove
that he/she/it drivethat he/she/it drove
that we drivethat we drove
that you drivethat you drove
that they drivethat they drove
subjunctive present continuoussubjunctive past tense continuous
that I be drivingthat I were driving
that you be drivingthat you were driving
that he/she/it be drivingthat he/she/it were driving
that we be drivingthat we were driving
that you be drivingthat you were driving
that they be drivingthat they were driving
subjunctive present perfectsubjunctive future
that I have driventhat I were to drive
that you have driventhat you were to drive
that he/she/it have driventhat he/she/it were to drive
that we have driventhat we were to drive
that you have driventhat you were to drive
that they have driventhat they were to drive
subjunctive present perfect continuoussubjunctive future continuous
that I have been drivingthat I were to be driving
that you have been drivingthat you were to be driving
that he/she/it have been drivingthat he/she/it were to be driving
that we have been drivingthat we were to be driving
that you have been drivingthat you were to be driving
that they have been drivingthat they were to be driving
Top - Indicative - Conditional - Subjunctive - Imperative - Bottom
imperative presentimperative past
let me drivelet me have driven
drivehave driven
let him/her/it drivelet him/her/it have driven
let us drivelet us have driven
drivehave driven
let them drivelet them have driven
infinitiveparticiple
to drivedriving
to have drivendriven

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