English verb conjugation TO HOPE

Regular verb: hope - hoped - hoped

Indicative

Present

I hope
you hope
he hopes
we hope
you hope
they hope

Present continuous

I'm hoping
you're hoping
he's hoping
we're hoping
you're hoping
they're hoping

Preterite

I hoped
you hoped
he hoped
we hoped
you hoped
they hoped

Preterite continuous

I was hoping
you were hoping
he was hoping
we were hoping
you were hoping
they were hoping

Present perfect

I've hoped
you've hoped
he's hoped
we've hoped
you've hoped
they've hoped

Present perfect continuous

I've been hoping
you've been hoping
he's been hoping
we've been hoping
you've been hoping
they've been hoping

Pluperfect

I'd hoped
you'd hoped
he'd hoped
we'd hoped
you'd hoped
they'd hoped

Pluperfect continuous

I'd been hoping
you'd been hoping
he'd been hoping
we'd been hoping
you'd been hoping
they'd been hoping

Future

I'll hope
you'll hope
he'll hope
we'll hope
you'll hope
they'll hope

Future continuous

I'll be hoping
you'll be hoping
he'll be hoping
we'll be hoping
you'll be hoping
they'll be hoping

Future perfect

I'll have hoped
you'll have hoped
he'll have hoped
we'll have hoped
you'll have hoped
they'll have hoped

Future perfect continuous

I'll have been hoping
you'll have been hoping
he'll have been hoping
we'll have been hoping
you'll have been hoping
they'll have been hoping

Conditional

Present

I'd hope
you'd hope
he'd hope
we'd hope
you'd hope
they'd hope

Present continuous

I'd be hoping
you'd be hoping
he'd be hoping
we'd be hoping
you'd be hoping
they'd be hoping

Past

I'd have hoped
you'd have hoped
he'd have hoped
we'd have hoped
you'd have hoped
they'd have hoped

Past continuous

I'd have been hoping
you'd have been hoping
he'd have been hoping
we'd have been hoping
you'd have been hoping
they'd have been hoping

Imperative

Imperative

hope
Let's hope
hope

 
 
 

Infinitive

Infinitive

to hope

 
 
 

Participle

Present

hoping

Past

hoped