Conjugation - To Play

 



SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE

 

1. Affirmative  (no contraction)

I play here.            We play here.       1st person

You play here.      You play here.      2nd person

He plays here.      They play here.     3rd person

She plays here.    They play here.     3rd person

It plays here.         They play here.     3rd person

 

2. Negative (no contraction)

I do not play here.                We do not play here.

You do not play here.          You do not play here.

He does not play here.       They do not play here.

She does not play here.     They do not play here.

It does not play here.          They do not play here.

 

3. Negative (contraction: auxiliary + not)

I don’t play here.                  We don’t play here.

You don’t play here.            You don’t play here.

He doesn’t play here.         They don’t play here.

She doesn’t play here.       They don’t play here.

It doesn’t play here.             They don’t play here.

 

4. Interrogative (affirmative)

Do I play here?                     Do we play here?

Do you play here?               Do you play here?

Does he play here?            Do they play here?

Does she play here?          Do they play here?

Does it play here?               Do they play here?

 

5. Interrogative (negative) (usually used when you expect the answer to be “yes”)

Don’t I play here?                                Don’t we play here?

Don’t you play here?           Don’t you play here?

Doesn’t he play here?        Don’t they play here?

Doesn’t she play here?      Don’t they play here?

Doesn’t it play here?           Don’t they play here?

 

SIMPLE PAST TENSE

 

6. Affirmative (no contraction)

I played here.                        We played here.

You played here.                  You played here.

He played here.                   They played here.

She played here.                 They played here.

It played here.                      They played here.

 

7. Negative (no contraction)

I did not play here.               We did not play  here.

You did not play here.         You did not play  here.

He did not play here.           They did not play here.

She did not play here.                          They did not play here.

It did not play here.              They did not play here.

 

8. Negative (contraction: auxiliary + not)

I didn’t play here.                 We didn’t play here.

You didn’t play here.           You didn’t play here.

He didn’t play here.             They didn’t play here.

She didn’t play here.           They didn’t play here.

It didn’t play here.                They didn’t play here.

 

 

 

 

9. Interrogative (affirmative)

Did I play here?                    Did we play here?

Did you play here?              Did you play here?

Did he play here?                                Did they play here?

Did she play here?              Did they play here?

Did it play here?                   Did they play here?

 

10.  Interrogative  (negative)  (usually used when you expect the answer to be “yes”)

Didn’t I play here?               Didn’t we play here?

Didn’t you play here?          Didn’t you play here?

Didn’t he play here?            Didn’t they play here?

Didn’t she play here?         Didn’t they play here?

Didn’t it play here?              Didn’t they play here?

 

SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE

 

11. Affirmative (no contraction)

I will play here.                     We will play here.

You will play here.               You will play here.

He will play here.                 They will play here.

She will play here.               They will play here.

It will play here.                    They will play here.

 

12. Affirmative (contraction: pronoun + auxiliary)

I’ll play here.                         We’ll play here.

You’ll play here.                   You’ll play here.

He’ll play here.                     They’ll play here.

She’ll play here.                   They’ll play here.

It’ll play here.                        They’ll play here.

 

13. Negative (no contraction)

I will not play here.               We will not play here.

You will not play here.         You  will not play here.

He will not play here.          They will not play here.

She will not play here.                         They will not play here.

It will not play here.              They will not play here.

 

14. Negative  (contraction: pronoun + will)

I’ll not play here.                   We’ll not play here.

You’ll not play here.             You’ll not play here.

He’ll not play here.              They’ll not play here.          

She’ll not play here.            They’ll not play here.

It’ll not play here.                  They’ll not play here.

 

15. Negative (contraction: will + not = won’t)

I won’t play  here.                 We won’t play  here.

You won’t play  here.           You won’ t play here.

He won’t play  here.            They won’t play here.

She won’t play  here.          They won’t play here.

It won’t play  here.                They won’t play here.

 

16. Interrogative (affirmative)

Will I play  here?                  Will we play  here?

Will you play  here?             Will you play  here?

Will he play here?                                Will they play  here?

Will she play  here?            Will they play  here?

Will it play  here?                 Will they play  here?

 

17.  Interrogative  (negative)  (usually used when you expect the answer to be “yes”)

Won’t I play here?                Won’t we play here?

Won’t you play here?          Won’t you play here?

Won’t he play here?            Won’t they play here?

Won’t she play here?          Won’t they play here?

Won’t it play here?               Won’t they play here?

TO PLAY (3 perfect tenses) (regular verb)

 

PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

Singular                                 Plural

1. Affirmative (no contraction)

I have played here.              We have played here.        

You have played here.        You have played here.       

He has played here.           They have played here.      She has played here.         They have played here.     

It has played here.               They have played here.

 

2.  Affirmative  (contraction: pronoun + auxiliary)

I’ve played here.                   We’ve played here.

You’ve played here.             You’ve played here.

He’s played here.                                They’ve played here.

She’s played here.              They’ve played here.

It’s played here.                   They’ve played here.

               

3. Negative (no contraction)

I have not played here.       We have not played here.

You have not played here. You have not played here.

He has not played here.     They have not played here.

She has not played here.   They have not played here.

It has not played here.        They have not played here.

 

4.  Negative  (contraction: pronoun + auxiliary)

I’ve not played here.            We’ve not played here.

You’ve not played here.      You’ve not played here.

He’s not played here.         They’ve not played here.

She’s not played here.       They’ve not played here.

It’s not played here.             They’ve not played here.                   

5. Negative (contraction: auxiliary + not)

I haven’t played here.          We haven’t played here.

You haven’t played here.    You haven’t played here.

He hasn’t played here.       They haven’t played here.

She hasn’t played here.     They haven’t played here.

It hasn’t played here.          They haven’t played here.

 

6. Interrogative (affirmative)

Have I played here?            Have we played here?

Have you played here?       Have you played here?

Has he played here?          Have they played here?

Has she played here?        Have they played  here?

Has it played here?             Have they played here?

 

7. Interrogative (negative) (usually used when you expect the answer to be “yes”)

Haven’t I played here?        Haven’t we played here?

Haven’t you played here?  Haven’t you played here?

Hasn’t he played here?      Haven’t they played here?

Hasn’t she played here?   Haven’t they played here?

Hasn’t it played here?        Haven’t they played here?

 

 

 

 

PAST PERFECT TENSE

 

Singular                                 Plural

8. Affirmative  (no contraction)

I had played here.                We had played here.

You had played here.          You had played here.

He had played here.           They had played here.

She had played here.         They had played here.

It had played here.               They had played here.

 

9. Affirmative  (contraction:  pronoun + auxiliary)

I’d played here.                    We’d played here.

You’d played here.              You’d played here.

He’d played here.                                They’d played here.

She’d played here.              They’d played here.

It’d played here.                   They’d played here.

 

10. Negative (no contraction)

I had not played here.         We had not played  here.

You had not played here.   You had not played  here.

He had not played here.     They had not played here.

She had not played here.        They had not played  here.

It had not played here.        They had not played here.

 

11.  Negative  (contraction: pronoun + auxiliary)

I’d not played here.              We’d not played here.

You’d not played here.        You’d not played here.

He’d not played here.         They’d not played here.

She’d not played here.       They’d not played here.

It’d not played here.             They’d not played here.

 

12. Negative (contraction: auxiliary + not)

I hadn’t played  here.          We hadn’t played  here.

You hadn’t played  here.    You hadn’t played  here.

He hadn’t played here.       They hadn’t played  here.

She hadn’t played  here.    They hadn’t played here.

It hadn’t played here.          They hadn’t played here.

 

13. Interrogative (affirmative)

Had I played  here?             Had I played here?

Had I played  here?             Had I played  here?

Had I played  here?             Had I played here?

Had I played  here?             Had I played here?

Had I played here?              Had I played here?

 

14.  Interrogative  (negative)  (usually used when you expect the answer to be “yes”)

Hadn’t I played here?         Hadn’t we played here?

Hadn’t you played here?    Hadn’t you played here?

Hadn’t he played here?      Hadn’t they played here?

Hadn’t she played here?   Hadn’t they played here?

Hadn’t it played here?        Hadn’t they played here?

TO PLAY (continued)  Copyright 1999 by  M. Carlson

 

FUTURE PERFECT TENSE

Singular                                 Plural

15. Affirmative (no contraction)

I will have played here.       We will have played here.

You will have played here. You will have played here.

He will have played here.   They will have played  here.

She will have played here. They will have played here.

It will have played  here.     They will have played  here.

 

16. Affirmative (contraction: pronoun + auxiliary)

I’ll have played here.           We’ll have played here.

You’ll have played here.     You’ll have played here.

He’ll have played here.       They’ll have played here.

She’ll have played here.     They’ll have played here.

It’ll have played here.          They’ll have played here.

 

17. Negative (no contraction)

I will not have played here.                     We will not have played                                                                                 here.

You will not have played here.You  will not have played                                                              here.

He will not have played here.   They will not have played                                                            here.

She will not have played here.They will not have played                                                             here.

It will not have played here.      They will not have played                                                            here.

18. Negative (contraction: will + not = won’t)

I won’t have played  here.        We won’t have played                                                                   here.

You won’t have played  here.  You won’ t have played                                                                                 here.

He won’t have played  here.    They won’t have played                                                                here.

She won’t have played  here.  They won’t have played                                                                                here.

It won’t have played  here.       They won’t have played                                                                here.

19. Interrogative (affirmative)

Will I have played  here?       Will we have played  here?

Will you have played  here?  Will you have played  here?

Will he have played here?   Will they have played  here?

Will she have played  here?  Will they have played  here?

Will it have played  here?     Will they have played  here?

20. Interrogative  (negative)  (usually used when you expect the answer to be “yes”)

Won’t I have played here?    Won’t we have played here?

Won’t you have played here?   Won’t you have played                                                                                 here?

Won’t he have played here?    Won’t they have played                                                                                here?

Won’t she have played here?  Won’t they have played                                                                here?

Won’t it have played here?                      Won’t they have played                                                                 here?




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