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The following documentation is located at Template:conjugation of/documentation. [edit]


This template is a companion to {{inflection of}}, but is specific for verbs.

The following conjugation tags are available for shortcut use in entering descriptions:

1 = first-person
2 = second-person
3 = third-person
impers = impersonal
s = singular
p = plural
m = masculine 1
f = feminine 1
n = neuter 1
inf = infinitive
part = participle
pres = present
fut = future
past = past
pret = preterite
perf = perfect
imperf = imperfect
pluperf = pluperfect
futperf = future perfect
aor = aorist
act = active
mid = middle
pass = passive
mp = mediopassive
ind = indicative
imp = imperative
sub = subjunctive
cond = conditional

Other items (such as "gerund") may be used, but should be spelled out in full (see examples).

1 Afro-Asiatic and some Slavic languages use different verb forms for each gender. Some languages also have gendered participles, but {{inflection of}} is preferred for participle use on Wiktionary for some languages.

Examples

Example 1: Latin verb infinitive form with alternative display form containing macrons:

{{conjugation of|amo|amō|pres|act|inf|lang=la}}
  present active infinitive of amō

Example 2: Spanish inflected verb form with no alternative display form containing macrons:

{{conjugation of|amar||3|p|pres|act|ind|lang=es}}
  third-person plural present active indicative of amar

Example 3: French inflected verb form for "simple future" tense:

{{conjugation of|aimer||2|s|simple|fut|act|ind|lang=fr}}
  second-person singular simple future active indicative of aimer

Example 4: Japanese inflected verb form for "negative continuative":

{{conjugation of|飛び移る||negative|continuative|lang=ja}}
  negative continuative of 飛び移る