Conjugaison de « to consort » - conjugaison anglaise

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anglaisConjugaison de « to consort »

Infinitive
anglais
  • to consort
Simple past
anglais
  • consorted
Past participle
anglais
  • consorted

Indicative

Present

I
consort
you
consort
he/she/it
consorts
we
consort
you
consort
they
consort

Present continuous

I
am consorting
you
are consorting
he/she/it
is consorting
we
are consorting
you
are consorting
they
are consorting

Simple past

I
consorted
you
consorted
he/she/it
consorted
we
consorted
you
consorted
they
consorted

Past continuous

I
was consorting
you
were consorting
he/she/it
was consorting
we
were consorting
you
were consorting
they
were consorting

Present perfect

I
have consorted
you
have consorted
he/she/it
has consorted
we
have consorted
you
have consorted
they
have consorted

Present perfect continuous

I
have been consorting
you
have been consorting
he/she/it
has been consorting
we
have been consorting
you
have been consorting
they
have been consorting

Past perfect

I
had consorted
you
had consorted
he/she/it
had consorted
we
had consorted
you
had consorted
they
had consorted

Past perfect continuous

I
had been consorting
you
had been consorting
he/she/it
had been consorting
we
had been consorting
you
had been consorting
they
had been consorting

Future

I
will consort
you
will consort
he/she/it
will consort
we
will consort
you
will consort
they
will consort

Future continuous

I
will be consorting
you
will be consorting
he/she/it
will be consorting
we
will be consorting
you
will be consorting
they
will be consorting

Future perfect

I
will have consorted
you
will have consorted
he/she/it
will have consorted
we
will have consorted
you
will have consorted
they
will have consorted

Future perfect continuous

I
will have been consorting
you
will have been consorting
he/she/it
will have been consorting
we
will have been consorting
you
will have been consorting
they
will have been consorting

Traductions en français de « to consort »

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