While browsing the internet today, I found site that has 2 really useful tools – the first was a free online English language test designed to measure knowledge and ability, and give you a ‘student level’. The second tool is an English verb ‘conjugator’, which contains some of the most common regular and irregular verbs and all their different forms.

For example:

Infinitive: to know
Past: knew
Participle: known
Gerund: going

Indicative

 

Present Perfect


I
know
I
have known
you
know
you
have known
he
knows
he
has known
we
know
we
have known
you
know
you
have known
they
know
they
have known
Past Past Perfect


I
knew
I
had known
you
knew
you
had known
he
knew
he
had known
we
knew
we
had known
you
knew
you
had known
they
knew
they
had known
Future Future perfect


I
will know
I
will have known
you
will know
you
will have known
he
will know
he
will have known
we
will know
we
will have known
you
will know
you
will have known
they
will know
they
will have known
Conditional
Present Perfect


I
would know
I
would have known
you
would know
you
would have known
he
would know
he
would have known
we
would know
we
would have known
you
would know
you
would have known
they
would know
they
would have known

You can find both tools here  at English Language Guide.

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About ingwhiz

We are a couple, half English and half Indonesian. Corinne is an experienced teacher. She has taught in a well-known English school and has been a Director of Study. She has taught English to many top companies and government organisations in Indonesia. Currently, she works in an International school in Jakarta, teaching English to children. Giri has lots of experience working in many different areas of a language school, and of learning English. He knows how difficult it is! Currently he works for a leading English language school in Jakarta. We hope you find our blog useful!

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