regular model: work
verbs ending in -e: like

die - model verbVerbs like 'die' change -ie to -y in the present participle, and add -d rather than -ed to form the preterit and past participle.

Variants of the regular models:

  1. pass -s, -sh, -x, -o: +e
  2. try -y>ie
  3. omit -X>-XX
  4. die -ie: -ie>y
  5. agree -ee: +d

Irregular past tense models:

  1. cost invar.
  2. feed vowel: long>short
  3. find i>ou
  4. know [o,a]>e
  5. mean +t
  6. panic -k-
  7. pay -ay>aid
  8. send -d>-t
  9. sing i>a, u
  10. show >ed, -n
  11. stick a>u, i>u
  12. sleep -ee_>-e_t
  13. speak >o_e, o_en
  14. spell >ed, -t
  15. take -ake>-ook, -aken
  16. think >-ought
  17. wear -ear>-ore, -orn
  18. write -i_e>o_e, i_en

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tie

It is conjugated like: die
infinitive:
present participle:
past participle:
(to) tie
tying, tieing
tied
definition
in Spanish
in French
in Italian

Indicative

presentAlso known as:
present simple or simple present
Itie
youtie
he, she, itties
wetie
youtie
theytie
simple pastAlso known as:
past simple or preterit
Itied
youtied
he, she, ittied
wetied
youtied
theytied
future
Iwill tie
youwill tie
he, she, itwill tie
wewill tie
youwill tie
theywill tie

Perfect tenses

present perfect
Ihave tied
youhave tied
he, she, ithas tied
wehave tied
youhave tied
theyhave tied
past perfectAlso known as:
pluperfect
Ihad tied
youhad tied
he, she, ithad tied
wehad tied
youhad tied
theyhad tied
future perfect
Iwill have tied
youwill have tied
he, she, itwill have tied
wewill have tied
youwill have tied
theywill have tied

Continuous (progressive) and emphatic tensesThis verb has multiple spellings of the present participle (listed above). However, for simplicity, only 1 spelling is displayed in the progressive tenses below.

present continuous
Iam tying
youare tying
he, she, itis tying
weare tying
youare tying
theyare tying
past continuous
Iwas tying
youwere tying
he, she, itwas tying
wewere tying
youwere tying
theywere tying
present emphatic
Ido tie
youdo tie
he, she, itdoes tie
wedo tie
youdo tie
theydo tie
past emphatic
Idid tie
youdid tie
he, she, itdid tie
wedid tie
youdid tie
theydid tie

Compound continuous (progressive) tensesThis verb has multiple spellings of the present participle (listed above). However, for simplicity, only 1 spelling is displayed in the progressive tenses below.

present perfect
Ihave been tying
youhave been tying
he, she, ithas been tying
wehave been tying
youhave been tying
theyhave been tying
past perfect
Ihad been tying
youhad been tying
he, she, ithad been tying
wehad been tying
youhad been tying
theyhad been tying
future
Iwill be tying
youwill be tying
he, she, itwill be tying
wewill be tying
youwill be tying
theywill be tying
future perfect
Iwill have been tying
youwill have been tying
he, she, itwill have been tying
wewill have been tying
youwill have been tying
theywill have been tying

ConditionalThis verb has multiple spellings of the present participle (listed above). However, for simplicity, only 1 spelling is displayed in the compound tenses below.

present
Iwould tie
youwould tie
he, she, itwould tie
wewould tie
youwould tie
theywould tie
perfectAlso known as:
past conditional
Iwould have tied
youwould have tied
he, she, itwould have tied
wewould have tied
youwould have tied
theywould have tied
present continuous
Iwould be tying
youwould be tying
he, she, itwould be tying
wewould be tying
youwould be tying
theywould be tying
perfect continuous
Iwould have been tying
youwould have been tying
he, she, itwould have been tying
wewould have been tying
youwould have been tying
theywould have been tying

Imperative

present
(you)tie!
(we)let's tie!
(you)tie!

Subjunctive

present
Itie
youtie
he, she, ittie
wetie
youtie
theytie
past
Itied
youtied
he, she, ittied
wetied
youtied
theytied
past perfectAlso known as:
pluperfect subjunctive
Ihad tied
youhad tied
he, she, ithad tied
wehad tied
youhad tied
theyhad tied
future
Ishould tie
youshould tie
he, she, itshould tie
weshould tie
youshould tie
theyshould tie

*Blue letters in conjugations are irregular forms. (example)
*Red letters in conjugations are exceptions to the model. (example)

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