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to hear [tr, irr]

to hear, heard, heard
– hears, hearing –

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ACTIVE Intro AFFIR­MATION
CONTRAC­TION ANSWER
Top - Indicative - Conditional - Subjunctive - Imperative - Bottom
indicative presentindicative past tense
I hearI heard
you hearyou heard
he/she/it hearshe/she/it heard
we hearwe heard
you hearyou heard
they hearthey heard
indicative present continuousindicative past tense continuous
I'm hearingI was hearing
you're hearingyou were hearing
he/she/it's hearinghe/she/it was hearing
we're hearingwe were hearing
you're hearingyou were hearing
they're hearingthey were hearing
indicative present perfectindicatif past perfect
I've heardI'd heard
you've heardyou'd heard
he/she/it's heardhe/she/it'd heard
we've heardwe'd heard
you've heardyou'd heard
they've heardthey'd heard
indicative present perfect cont.indicative past perfect cont.
I've been hearingI'd been hearing
you've been hearingyou'd been hearing
he/she/it's been hearinghe/she/it'd been hearing
we've been hearingwe'd been hearing
you've been hearingyou'd been hearing
they've been hearingthey'd been hearing
indicative futureindicative future perfect
I'll hearI'll have heard
you'll hearyou'll have heard
he/she/it'll hearhe/she/it'll have heard
we'll hearwe'll have heard
you'll hearyou'll have heard
they'll hearthey'll have heard
indicative future continuousindicative future perfect cont.
I'll be hearingI'll have been hearing
you'll be hearingyou'll have been hearing
he/she/it'll be hearinghe/she/it'll have been hearing
we'll be hearingwe'll have been hearing
you'll be hearingyou'll have been hearing
they'll be hearingthey'll have been hearing
Top - Indicative - Conditional - Subjunctive - Imperative - Bottom
conditional presentconditional perfect
I'd hearI'd have heard
you'd hearyou'd have heard
he'd/she'd/it would hearhe'd/she'd/it would have heard
we'd hearwe'd have heard
you'd hearyou'd have heard
they'd hearthey'd have heard
conditional present cont.conditional perfect cont.
I'd be hearingI'd have been hearing
you'd be hearingyou'd have been hearing
he'd/she'd/it would be hearinghe'd/she'd/it would have been hearing
we'd be hearingwe'd have been hearing
you'd be hearingyou'd have been hearing
they'd be hearingthey'd have been hearing
Top - Indicative - Conditional - Subjunctive - Imperative - Bottom
subjunctive presentsubjunctive past tense
that I hearthat I heard
that you hearthat you heard
that he/she/it hearthat he/she/it heard
that we hearthat we heard
that you hearthat you heard
that they hearthat they heard
subjunctive present continuous class="tima1">subjunctive past tense continuous
that I be hearingthat I were hearing
that you be hearingthat you were hearing
that he/she/it be hearingthat he/she/it were hearing
that we be hearingthat we were hearing
that you be hearingthat you were hearing
that they be hearingthat they were hearing
subjunctive futuresubjunctive future continuous
that I were to hearthat I were to be hearing
that you were to hearthat you were to be hearing
that he/she/it were to hearthat he/she/it were to be hearing
that we were to hearthat we were to be hearing
that you were to hearthat you were to be hearing
that they were to hearthat they were to be hearing
Top - Indicative - Conditional - Subjunctive - Imperative - Bottom
imperative presentimperative past
let me hearlet me have heard
hearhave heard
let him/her/it hearlet him/her/it have heard
let's hearlet's have heard
hearhave heard
let them hearlet them have heard
infinitiveparticiple
to hearhearing
to have heardheard

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