Conjugation is the regular arrangement of the forms of the verb in the various voices
Example: Conjugation on the verb "to be"   
I am,  You are,  .....  They are    (Affirmative, Present Simple)
I have been,  You have been,  .....   They have been    (Affirmative, Present Perfect)
Not having been   (Negative, Past Participle)
Had I been?  Had You been?  .....   Had they been?  (Interrogative, Past Perfect)
Example: Conjugation on the Russian verb "быть"   
я буду,  ты будешь,  .....  они будут    (Affirmative, Future Tense)
я не буду,  ты не будешь,  .....  они не будут    (Negative, Future Tense)
был я была́ она .....   мы бы́ли (Interrogative, Past Tense)
Example: Conjugation on the Latin verb "Esse"   
sum, es, est, sumus, estis, sunt (Affirmative, Present Simple)
eram, erâs, erat, erâmus, erâtis, erant (Affirmative, Past Simple)
erô, eris, erit, erimus, eritis, erunt (Affirmative, Future Simple)

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Can (Could)    Must    Will (Would)    Shall (Should)    Ought    May (Might)