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

Basic Forms

  • Infinitive
  • to take
  •  
  • Imperative
  • take
  • let's take
  • take
  • Present Participle
  • taking
  •  
  • Past Participle
  • taken
  •  
Indicative:

Present

  • I take
  • you take
  • he/she/it takes
  • we take
  • you take
  • they take

Past

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

Compound Forms

Past Participle

  • having taken
Indicative

Present continuous

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

Present perfect

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

Future

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

Future Perfect

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

Past continuous

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

Past perfect

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

Future continuous

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

Present perfect continuous

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

Past perfect continuous

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

Future perfect continuous

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

Basic Forms

  • Infinitive
  • not to take
  •  
  • Imperative
  • do not take
  • let's not take
  • do not take
  • Present Participle
  • not taking
  •  
  • Past Participle
  • not taken
  •  

Present

  • I do not take
  • you do not take
  • he/she/it do not takes
  • we do not take
  • you do not take
  • they do not take

Past

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

Past Participle

  • not having taken

Present continuous

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

Present perfect

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

Future

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

Future Perfect

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

Past continuous

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

Past perfect

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

Future continuous

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

Present perfect continuous

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

Past perfect continuous

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

Future perfect continuous

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

Present

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

Past

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

Present continuous

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

Present perfect

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

Future

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

Future Perfect

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

Past continuous

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

Past perfect

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

Future continuous

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

Present perfect continuous

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

Past perfect continuous

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

Future perfect continuous

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

  • -  Be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness
  • -  Remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract
  • -  Ascertain or determine by measuring, computing or take a reading from a dial
  • -  Take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect
  • -  Be seized or affected in a specified way
  • -  Be a student of a certain subject
  • -  Interpret something in a certain way; convey a particular meaning or impression
  • -  Accept or undergo, often unwillingly
  • -  Pick out, select, or choose from a number of alternatives
  • -  Take into consideration for exemplifying purposes
  • -  Take as an undesirable consequence of some event or state of affairs
  • -  Lay claim to; as of an idea
  • -  Make a film or photograph of something
  • -  Obtain by winning
  • -  Point or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards
  • -  Serve oneself to, or consume regularly
  • -  Get into one's hands, take physically
  • -  Have sex with; archaic use
  • -  Travel or go by means of a certain kind of transportation, or a certain route
  • -  Proceed along in a vehicle
  • -  Occupy or take on
  • -  Take somebody somewhere
  • -  Head into a specified direction
  • -  Take something or somebody with oneself somewhere
  • -  Experience or feel or submit to
  • -  To get into a position of having, e.g., safety, comfort
  • -  Take into one's possession
  • -  Take by force
  • -  Buy, select
  • -  Engage for service under a term of contract
  • -  Receive or obtain regularly
  • -  Make use of or accept for some purpose
  • -  Receive willingly something given or offered
  • -  Admit into a group or community
  • -  Require (time or space)
  • -  Assume, as of positions or roles
  • -  Develop a habit
  • -  Carry out
  • -  Require as useful, just, or proper
  • -  Be capable of holding or containing
  • -  Have with oneself; have on one's person
  • -  Be designed to hold or take

Examples:

  • -  She took a chill
  • -  This machine withdraws heat from the environment
  • -  A reading was taken of the earth's tremors
  • -  The gods assume human or animal form in these fables
  • -  Be taken drunk
  • -  She is reading for the bar exam
  • -  You can't take credit for this!
  • -  We took a pay cut
  • -  She selected a pair of shoes from among the dozen the salesgirl had shown her
  • -  Consider the following case
  • -  The hard work took its toll on her
  • -  She took credit for the whole idea
  • -  Shoot a movie
  • -  He took first prize
  • -  Take a swipe at one's opponent
  • -  I don't take sugar in my coffee
  • -  Can you take this bag, please
  • -  He had taken this woman when she was most vulnerable
  • -  She takes Route 1 to Newark
  • -  We drive the turnpike to work
  • -  Strike a pose
  • -  He conducted us to the palace
  • -  We made for the mountains
  • -  This brings me to the main point
  • -  Take the plunge
  • -  Take shelter from the storm
  • -  I'll take three salmon steaks
  • -  The army took the fort on the hill
  • -  I'll take a pound of that sausage
  • -  Shall we take a guide in Rome?
  • -  We take the Times every day
  • -  Take an opportunity
  • -  Please accept my present
  • -  We'll have to vote on whether or not to admit a new member
  • -  This event occupied a very short time
  • -  The young prince will soon occupy the throne
  • -  He took to visiting bars
  • -  Take vengeance
  • -  This intervention does not postulate a patient's consent
  • -  The flask holds one gallon
  • -  She packs a gun when she goes into the mountains
  • -  This surface will not take the dye

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