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Simple Forms

InfinitiveImperativeParticiple
to drive drive
let's drive
drive
PresentPast
drivingdriven
Indicative
PresentPast
I drive
you drive
he/she/it drives
we drive
you drive
they drive
I drove
you drove
he/she/it drove
we drove
you drove
they drove
Compound Forms

Past participle
having driven
Indicative
Present continuous Present perfect Future Future perfect
I am driving
you are driving
he/she/it is driving
we are driving
you are driving
they are driving
I have driven
you have driven
he/she/it has driven
we have driven
you have driven
they have driven
I will drive
you will drive
he/she/it will drive
we will drive
you will drive
they will drive
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 Past perfect Future continuous
I was driving
you were driving
he/she/it was driving
we were driving
you were driving
they were driving
I had driven
you had driven
he/she/it had driven
we had driven
you had driven
they had driven
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 Past perfect continuous Future 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
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
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
InfinitiveImperativeParticiple
not to drive do not drive
let's not drive
do not drive
PresentPast
not drivingnot driven
Indicative
PresentPast
I do not drive
you do not drive
he/she/it does not drive
we do not drive
you do not drive
they do not drive
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
Indicative
Present continuous Present perfect Future Future perfect
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
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
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
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 Past perfect Future 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
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
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 Past perfect continuous Future 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
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
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
PresentPast
do I drive ?
do you drive ?
does he/she/it drive ?
do we drive ?
do you drive ?
do they drive?
did I drive ?
did you drive ?
did he/she/it drive ?
did we drive ?
did you drive ?
did they drive ?
Indicative
Present continuous Present perfect Future Future perfect
am I driving ?
are you driving ?
is he/she/it driving ?
are we driving ?
are you driving ?
are they driving ?
have I driven ?
have you driven ?
has he/she/it driven ?
have we driven ?
have you driven ?
have they driven ?
will I drive ?
will you drive ?
will he/she/it drive ?
will we drive ?
will you drive ?
will they drive ?
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 Past perfect Future continuous
was I driving ?
were you driving ?
was he/she/it driving ?
were we driving ?
were you driving ?
were they driving ?
had I driven ?
had you driven ?
had he/she/it driven ?
had we driven ?
had you driven ?
had they driven ?
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 Past perfect continuous Future 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 ?
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 ?
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 ?
Past participle
having driven
Indicative
Present continuous Present perfect Future Future perfect
I am driving
you are driving
he/she/it is driving
we are driving
you are driving
they are driving
I have driven
you have driven
he/she/it has driven
we have driven
you have driven
they have driven
I will drive
you will drive
he/she/it will drive
we will drive
you will drive
they will drive
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 Past perfect Future continuous
I was driving
you were driving
he/she/it was driving
we were driving
you were driving
they were driving
I had driven
you had driven
he/she/it had driven
we had driven
you had driven
they had driven
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 Past perfect continuous Future 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
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
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
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-  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



-  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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