Conjugating Regular Verbs



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Conjugating Regular Verbs - Charts

Here are completed charts showing the conjugation of the regular verb to skip:

Present Tense, Regular Verb

Here’s the present tense of the verb to skip:
Person Singular Plural
First Person I skip We skip
Second Person You skip You skip
Third Person He-she-it skips They skip
 

Past Tense, Regular Verb

Here’s the past tense of the verb to skip:
Person Singular Plural
First Person I skipped We skipped
Second Person You skipped You skipped
Third Person He-she-it skipped They skipped
 

Future Tense, Regular Verb

Here’s the future tense of the verb to skip:
Person Singular Plural
First Person I will skip We will skip
Second Person You will skip You will skip
Third Person He-she-it will skip They will skip
 

Present-Perfect Tense, Regular Verb

Here’s the present-perfect tense of the verb to skip:
Person Singular Plural
First Person I have skipped We have skipped
Second Person You have skipped You have skipped
Third Person He-she-it has skipped They have skipped
 

Past-Perfect Tense, Regular Verb

Here’s the past-perfect tense of the verb to skip:
Person Singular Plural
First Person I had skipped We had skipped
Second Person You had skipped You had skipped
Third Person He-she-it had skipped They had skipped
 

Future-Perfect Tense, Regular Verb

Here’s the future-perfect tense of the verb to skip:
Person Singular Plural
First Person I will have skipped We will have skipped
Second Person You will have skipped You will have skipped
Third Person He-she-it will have skipped They will have skipped
 

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