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BASIC AUXILIARY FORMS OF AN ENGLISH VERB Infinitive: invite Past tense1: invited TIME SITUATION Past Participle: invited

PROGRESSIVE ACTIVE
is, am, are isnt, am not, arent

Gerund: inviting NON-PROGRESSIVE ACTIVE PASSIVE


is, am, are isnt, am not, arent

DOMAIN

MODES

PASSIVE
is being, am being, are being isnt being, am not being, arent being will be being, wont be being was being, were being wasnt being, werent being have been being, has been being havent been being, hasnt been being had been being, hadnt been being

do, does* dont, doesnt

PRESENT

FUTURE

will be, wont be was, were wasnt, werent

will, wont did didnt

Indicative

will be, wont be was, were wasnt, werent have been, has been havent been, hasnt been had been, hadnt been be, dont be

PAST REALITY

have been, has been havent been, hasnt been

have been, has been havent been, hasnt been had been, hadnt been do, dont

had been, hadnt been

PRESENT Imperative Conditional FUTURE PAST PRESENT FUTURE


would be, wouldnt be would have been, wouldnt have been be, not be were, werent had been, hadnt been


would be being, wouldnt be being would have been being, wouldnt have been being be being, not be being were being, werent being had been being, hadnt been being


would, wouldnt would be, wouldnt be

PAST Subjunctive IMAGINATION


(that, if, unless)

would have, wouldnt have

would have been, wouldnt have been

PRESENT FUTURE

not
did, didnt had, hadnt

be, not be were, werent had been, hadnt been

PAST

Only used in the affirmative form of the simple past tense