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Englische Konjugation

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Suche nach Infinitiv (min. 3 Buchstaben):

to feel [tr, intr, irr]

to feel, felt, felt
– feels, feeling –

Auf deutsch: empfinden, fühlen, sich fühlen
En français: ressentir, sentir, se sentir


ACTIVE Intro AFFIR­MATION
FULL FORM ANSWER
Top - Indicative - Conditional - Subjunctive - Imperative - Bottom
indicative presentindicative past tense
I feelI felt
you feelyou felt
he/she/it feelshe/she/it felt
we feelwe felt
you feelyou felt
they feelthey felt
indicative present continuousindicative past tense continuous
I am feelingI was feeling
you are feelingyou were feeling
he/she/it is feelinghe/she/it was feeling
we are feelingwe were feeling
you are feelingyou were feeling
they are feelingthey were feeling
indicative present perfectindicatif past perfect
I have feltI had felt
you have feltyou had felt
he/she/it has felthe/she/it had felt
we have feltwe had felt
you have feltyou had felt
they have feltthey had felt
indicative present perfect cont.indicative past perfect cont.
I have been feelingI had been feeling
you have been feelingyou had been feeling
he/she/it has been feelinghe/she/it had been feeling
we have been feelingwe had been feeling
you have been feelingyou had been feeling
they have been feelingthey had been feeling
indicative futureindicative future perfect
I shall/will feelI shall/will have felt
you will feelyou will have felt
he/she/it will feelhe/she/it will have felt
we shall/will feelwe shall/will have felt
you will feelyou will have felt
they will feelthey will have felt
indicative future continuousindicative future perfect cont.
I shall/will be feelingI shall/will have been feeling
you will be feelingyou will have been feeling
he/she/it will be feelinghe/she/it will have been feeling
we shall/will be feelingwe shall/will have been feeling
you will be feelingyou will have been feeling
they will be feelingthey will have been feeling
Top - Indicative - Conditional - Subjunctive - Imperative - Bottom
conditional presentconditional perfect
I should/would feelI should/would have felt
you would feelyou would have felt
he/she/it would feelhe/she/it would have felt
we should/would feelwe should/would have felt
you would feelyou would have felt
they would feelthey would have felt
conditional present cont.conditional perfect cont.
I should/would be feelingI should/would have been feeling
you would be feelingyou would have been feeling
he/she/it would be feelinghe/she/it would have been feeling
we should/would be feelingwe should/would have been feeling
you would be feelingyou would have been feeling
they would be feelingthey would have been feeling
Top - Indicative - Conditional - Subjunctive - Imperative - Bottom
subjunctive presentsubjunctive past tense
that I feelthat I felt
that you feelthat you felt
that he/she/it feelthat he/she/it felt
that we feelthat we felt
that you feelthat you felt
that they feelthat they felt
subjunctive present continuoussubjunctive past tense continuous
that I be feelingthat I were feeling
that you be feelingthat you were feeling
that he/she/it be feelingthat he/she/it were feeling
that we be feelingthat we were feeling
that you be feelingthat you were feeling
that they be feelingthat they were feeling
subjunctive present perfectsubjunctive future
that I have feltthat I were to feel
that you have feltthat you were to feel
that he/she/it have feltthat he/she/it were to feel
that we have feltthat we were to feel
that you have feltthat you were to feel
that they have feltthat they were to feel
subjunctive present perfect continuoussubjunctive future continuous
that I have been feelingthat I were to be feeling
that you have been feelingthat you were to be feeling
that he/she/it have been feelingthat he/she/it were to be feeling
that we have been feelingthat we were to be feeling
that you have been feelingthat you were to be feeling
that they have been feelingthat they were to be feeling
Top - Indicative - Conditional - Subjunctive - Imperative - Bottom
imperative presentimperative past
let me feellet me have felt
feelhave felt
let him/her/it feellet him/her/it have felt
let us feellet us have felt
feelhave felt
let them feellet them have felt
infinitiveparticiple
to feelfeeling
to have feltfelt

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