Conjugation of the verb canopy in English in all tenses

Here are the conjugation tables for the verb canopy in English.

Conjugation of the verb canopy in the present tenses

Present Tense

  • I canopy
  • you canopy
  • he|she|it canopies
  • we canopy
  • you canopy
  • they canopy

Present Continuous

  • I am canopying
  • you are canopying
  • he|she|it is canopying
  • we are canopying
  • you are canopying
  • they are canopying

Present Perfect

  • I have canopied
  • you have canopied
  • he|she|it has canopied
  • we have canopied
  • you have canopied
  • they have canopied

Present Perfect Continuous

  • I have been canopying
  • you have been canopying
  • he|she|it has been canopying
  • we have been canopying
  • you have been canopying
  • they have been canopying

How to use these conjugation tenses in English? The Present expresses habit, frequency, general truth and state in English. The Present Continuous mainly expresses the idea of an action or activity that is still in progress. The Present Perfect expresses notions that are always related to the present or the consequence of an event. Finally, the Present Perfect Continuous associates with the idea of activity that of duration.

Conjugation of the verb canopy in the past tenses

Simple past

  • I canopied
  • you canopied
  • he|she|it canopied
  • we canopied
  • you canopied
  • they canopied

Past continuous

  • I was canopying
  • you were canopying
  • he|she|it was canopying
  • we were canopying
  • you were canopying
  • they were canopying

Past perfect

  • I had canopied
  • you had canopied
  • he|she|it had canopied
  • we had canopied
  • you had canopied
  • they had canopied

Past perfect continuous

  • I had been canopying
  • you had been canopying
  • he|she|it had been canopying
  • we had been canopying
  • you had been canopying
  • they had been canopying

How do you use these conjugation tenses in English? The Simple Past expresses completed actions unrelated to the present, dated past actions or habits. It is very often used in English. The Past Continuous (Simple Past + ING) on the other hand is used to talk about ongoing actions in the past or a past action in progress when another action occurs. The Past Perfect is used to indicate that the action took place before another past action. Finally, the Past Perfect Continuous is used to refer to a continuous action in the past that has continued until another past action.

Conjugation of the verb canopy in the futur tenses

Future

  • I will canopy
  • you will canopy
  • he|she|it will canopy
  • we will canopy
  • you will canopy
  • they will canopy

Future continuous

  • I will be canopying
  • you will be canopying
  • he|she|it will be canopying
  • we will be canopying
  • you will be canopying
  • they will be canopying

Future perfect

  • I will have canopied
  • you will have canopied
  • he|she|it will have canopied
  • we will have canopied
  • you will have canopied
  • they will have canopied

Future perfect continuous

  • I will have been canopying
  • you will have been canopying
  • he|she|it will have been canopying
  • we will have been canopying
  • you will have been canopying
  • they will have been canopying

How do you use these conjugation tenses in English? The Future is used to talk about factual actions in the future. The Future Continuous is used to talk about things that will be happening in the future. The Future Perfect is a conjugation tense not often used in English, this conjugation tense is used to talk about a future factual action prior to another one. Finally the Future Perfect Continuous is very rarely used, this tense is used to talk about a future action in progress and prior to another.

The different forms of the participle in English, for the verb to canopy

Present participle

  • canopying

Past participle

  • canopied

Perfect Participle

  • having canopied

The imperative in English, for the verb to canopy

Imperative

  • canopy
  • let's canopy
  • canopy

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