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Conjugation of the Verb "hope" in English

  • Infinitive

    Simple: hope

    Perfect: have hoped

  • Gerund

    Simple: hoping

    Perfect: having hoped

  • Past Participle

    Simple: hoped

Indicative Mood

  • Present

    I hope

    you hope

    he/she/it hopes

    we hope

    you hope

    they hope

  • Present Perfect

    I have hoped

    you have hoped

    he/she/it has hoped

    we have hoped

    you have hoped

    they have hoped

  • Past

    I hoped

    you hoped

    he/she/it hoped

    we hoped

    you hoped

    they hoped

  • Past Perfect

    I had hoped

    you had hoped

    he/she/it had hoped

    we had hoped

    you had hoped

    they had hoped

  • Future

    I will hope

    you will hope

    he/she/it will hope

    we will hope

    you will hope

    they will hope

  • Future Perfect

    I will have hoped

    you will have hoped

    he/she/it will have hoped

    we will have hoped

    you will have hoped

    they will have hoped

Subjunctive Mood

  • Present

    that I hope

    that you hope

    that he/she/it hope

    that we hope

    that you hope

    that they hope

  • Present Perfect

    that I have hoped

    that you have hoped

    that he/she/it have hoped

    that we have hoped

    that you have hoped

    that they have hoped

  • Past

    that I hoped

    that you hoped

    that he/she/it hoped

    that we hoped

    that you hoped

    that they hoped

  • Past Perfect

    that I had hoped

    that you had hoped

    that he/she/it had hoped

    that we had hoped

    that you had hoped

    that they had hoped

Conditional Mood

  • Present

    I would hope

    you would hope

    he/she/it would hope

    we would hope

    you would hope

    they would hope

  • Past Perfect

    I would have hoped

    you would have hoped

    he/she/it would have hoped

    we would have hoped

    you would have hoped

    they would have hoped

Imperative Mood

  • you hope

    he/she/it hope

    we Let's hope

    you hope

    they hope

Indicative Mood (Continuous Form)

  • Present Continuous

    I am hoping

    you are hoping

    he/she/it is hoping

    we are hoping

    you are hoping

    they are hoping

  • Present Perfect Continuous

    I have been hoping

    you have been hoping

    he/she/it has been hoping

    we have been hoping

    you have been hoping

    they have been hoping

  • Past Continuous

    I was hoping

    you were hoping

    he/she/it was hoping

    we were hoping

    you were hoping

    they were hoping

  • Past Perfect Continuous

    I had been hoping

    you had been hoping

    he/she/it had been hoping

    we had been hoping

    you had been hoping

    they had been hoping

  • Future Continuous

    I will be hoping

    you will be hoping

    he/she/it will be hoping

    we will be hoping

    you will be hoping

    they will be hoping

  • Future Perfect Continuous

    I will have been hoping

    you will have been hoping

    he/she/it will have been hoping

    we will have been hoping

    you will have been hoping

    they will have been hoping

Conditional Mood (Continuous)

  • Present Continuous

    I would be hoping

    you would be hoping

    he/she/it would be hoping

    we would be hoping

    you would be hoping

    they would be hoping

  • Past Perfect Continuous

    I would have been hoping

    you would have been hoping

    he/she/it would have been hoping

    we would have been hoping

    you would have been hoping

    they would have been hoping