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English conjugation of the verb "to drive" in Present Simple Tense
Simple Forms

Basic Forms

  • Infinitive
  • to drive
  •  
  • Imperative
  • drive
  • let's drive
  • drive
  • Present Participle
  • driving
  •  
  • Past Participle
  • driven
  •  
Indicative:

Present

  • I drive
  • you drive
  • he/she/it drives
  • we drive
  • you drive
  • they drive

Past

  • I drove
  • you drove
  • he/she/it drove
  • we drove
  • you drove
  • they drove

Compound Forms

Past Participle

  • having driven
Indicative

Present continuous

  • I am driving
  • you are driving
  • he/she/it is driving
  • we are driving
  • you are driving
  • they are driving

Present perfect

  • I have driven
  • you have driven
  • he/she/it has driven
  • we have driven
  • you have driven
  • they have driven

Future

  • I will drive
  • you will drive
  • he/she/it will drive
  • we will drive
  • you will drive
  • they will drive

Future Perfect

  • I will have driven
  • you will have driven
  • he/she/it will have driven
  • we will have driven
  • you will have driven
  • they will have driven

Past continuous

  • I was driving
  • you were driving
  • he/she/it was driving
  • we were driving
  • you were driving
  • they were driving

Past perfect

  • I had driven
  • you had driven
  • he/she/it had driven
  • we had driven
  • you had driven
  • they had driven

Future continuous

  • I will be driving
  • you will be driving
  • he/she/it will be driving
  • we will be driving
  • you will be driving
  • they will be driving

Present perfect continuous

  • I have been driving
  • you have been driving
  • he/she/it has been driving
  • we have been driving
  • you have been driving
  • they have been driving

Past perfect continuous

  • I had been driving
  • you had been driving
  • he/she/it had been driving
  • we had been driving
  • you had been driving
  • they had been driving

Future perfect continuous

  • I will have been driving
  • you will have been driving
  • he/she/it will have been driving
  • we will have been driving
  • you will have been driving
  • they will have been driving

Basic Forms

  • Infinitive
  • not to drive
  •  
  • Imperative
  • do not drive
  • let's not drive
  • do not drive
  • Present Participle
  • not driving
  •  
  • Past Participle
  • not driven
  •  

Present

  • I do not drive
  • you do not drive
  • he/she/it do not drives
  • we do not drive
  • you do not drive
  • they do not drive

Past

  • I did not drive
  • you did not drive
  • he/she/it did not drive
  • we did not drive
  • you did not drive
  • they did not drive

Past Participle

  • not having driven

Present continuous

  • I am not driving
  • you are not driving
  • he/she/it is not driving
  • we are not driving
  • you are not driving
  • they are not driving

Present perfect

  • I have not driven
  • you have not driven
  • he/she/it has not driven
  • we have not driven
  • you have not driven
  • they have not driven

Future

  • I will not drive
  • you will not drive
  • he/she/it will not drive
  • we will not drive
  • you will not drive
  • they will not drive

Future Perfect

  • I will not have driven
  • you will not have driven
  • he/she/it will not have driven
  • we will not have driven
  • you will not have driven
  • they will not have driven

Past continuous

  • I was not driving
  • you were not driving
  • he/she/it was not driving
  • we were not driving
  • you were not driving
  • they were not driving

Past perfect

  • I had not driven
  • you had not driven
  • he/she/it had not driven
  • we had not driven
  • you had not driven
  • they had not driven

Future continuous

  • I will not be driving
  • you will not be driving
  • he/she/it will not be driving
  • we will not be driving
  • you will not be driving
  • they will not be driving

Present perfect continuous

  • I have not been driving
  • you have not been driving
  • he/she/it has not been driving
  • we have not been driving
  • you have not been driving
  • they have not been driving

Past perfect continuous

  • I had not been driving
  • you had not been driving
  • he/she/it had not been driving
  • we had not been driving
  • you had not been driving
  • they had not been driving

Future perfect continuous

  • I will not have been driving
  • you will not have been driving
  • he/she/it will not have been driving
  • we will not have been driving
  • you will not have been driving
  • they will not have been driving
Indicative:

Present

  • do I drive ?
  • do you drive ?
  • does he/she/it drive ?
  • do we drive ?
  • do you drive ?
  • do they drive ?

Past

  • did I drive ?
  • did you drive ?
  • did he/she/it drive ?
  • did we drive ?
  • did you drive ?
  • did they drive ?
Indicative

Present continuous

  • am I driving ?
  • are you driving ?
  • is he/she/it driving ?
  • are we driving ?
  • are you driving ?
  • are they driving ?

Present perfect

  • have I driven ?
  • have you driven ?
  • has he/she/it driven ?
  • have we driven ?
  • have you driven ?
  • have they driven ?

Future

  • will I drive ?
  • will you drive ?
  • will he/she/it drive ?
  • will we drive ?
  • will you drive ?
  • will they drive ?

Future Perfect

  • will I have driven ?
  • will you have driven ?
  • will he/she/it have driven ?
  • will we have driven ?
  • will you have driven ?
  • will they have driven ?

Past continuous

  • was I driving ?
  • were you driving ?
  • was he/she/it driving ?
  • were we driving ?
  • were you driving ?
  • were they driving ?

Past perfect

  • had I driven ?
  • had you driven ?
  • had he/she/it driven ?
  • had we driven ?
  • had you driven ?
  • had they driven ?

Future continuous

  • will I be driving ?
  • will you be driving ?
  • will he/she/it be driving ?
  • will we be driving ?
  • will you be driving ?
  • will they be driving ?

Present perfect continuous

  • have I been driving ?
  • have you been driving ?
  • has he/she/it been driving ?
  • have we been driving ?
  • have you been driving ?
  • have they been driving ?

Past perfect continuous

  • had I been driving ?
  • had you been driving ?
  • had he/she/it been driving ?
  • had we been driving ?
  • had you been driving ?
  • had they been driving ?

Future perfect continuous

  • will I have been driving ?
  • will you have been driving ?
  • will he/she/it have been driving ?
  • will we have been driving ?
  • will you have been driving ?
  • will they have been driving ?
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Definitions:

  • -  Move into a desired direction of discourse
  • -  Hunting: chase from cover into more open ground
  • -  Hunting: search for game
  • -  Cause to function by supplying the force or power for or by controlling
  • -  Excavate horizontally
  • -  Hit very hard, as by swinging a bat horizontally
  • -  Strike with a driver, as in teeing off
  • -  Cause to move back by force or influence
  • -  Cause to move rapidly by striking or throwing with force
  • -  Push, propel, or press with force
  • -  Force into or from an action or state, either physically or metaphorically
  • -  Compel somebody to do something, often against his own will or judgment
  • -  Travel or be transported in a vehicle
  • -  Proceed along in a vehicle
  • -  Operate or control a vehicle
  • -  Urge forward
  • -  Cause someone or something to move by driving
  • -  Move by being propelled by a force
  • -  Strive and make an effort to reach a goal
  • -  Work as a driver
  • -  To compel or force or urge relentlessly or exert coercive pressure on, or motivate strongly
  • -  Have certain properties when driven

Examples:

  • -  What are you driving at?
  • -  Drive the game
  • -  Drive the forest
  • -  This device drives the disks for the computer
  • -  Drive a tunnel
  • -  Drive a ball
  • -  Drive a golf ball
  • -  Beat back the invaders
  • -  Drive the ball far out into the field
  • -  Drive a nail into the wall
  • -  He drives me mad
  • -  She finally drove him to change jobs
  • -  They motored to London for the theater
  • -  We drive the turnpike to work
  • -  Can you drive this four-wheel truck?
  • -  Drive the cows into the barn
  • -  We drove the car to the garage
  • -  The car drove around the corner
  • -  She is driving away at her doctoral thesis
  • -  She drives for the taxi company in Newark
  • -  She is driven by her passion
  • -  My new truck drives well

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