English verb conjugation TO WILL

Regular verb: will - willed - willed

Indicative

Present

I will
you will
she wills
we will
you will
they will

Present continuous

I'm willing
you're willing
she's willing
we're willing
you're willing
they're willing

Preterite

I willed
you willed
she willed
we willed
you willed
they willed

Preterite continuous

I was willing
you were willing
she was willing
we were willing
you were willing
they were willing

Present perfect

I've willed
you've willed
she's willed
we've willed
you've willed
they've willed

Present perfect continuous

I've been willing
you've been willing
she's been willing
we've been willing
you've been willing
they've been willing

Pluperfect

I'd willed
you'd willed
she'd willed
we'd willed
you'd willed
they'd willed

Pluperfect continuous

I'd been willing
you'd been willing
she'd been willing
we'd been willing
you'd been willing
they'd been willing

Future

I'll will
you'll will
she'll will
we'll will
you'll will
they'll will

Future continuous

I'll be willing
you'll be willing
she'll be willing
we'll be willing
you'll be willing
they'll be willing

Future perfect

I'll have willed
you'll have willed
she'll have willed
we'll have willed
you'll have willed
they'll have willed

Future perfect continuous

I'll have been willing
you'll have been willing
she'll have been willing
we'll have been willing
you'll have been willing
they'll have been willing

Conditional

Present

I'd will
you'd will
she'd will
we'd will
you'd will
they'd will

Present continuous

I'd be willing
you'd be willing
she'd be willing
we'd be willing
you'd be willing
they'd be willing

Past

I'd have willed
you'd have willed
she'd have willed
we'd have willed
you'd have willed
they'd have willed

Past continuous

I'd have been willing
you'd have been willing
she'd have been willing
we'd have been willing
you'd have been willing
they'd have been willing

Imperative

Imperative

will
Let's will
will

 
 
 

Infinitive

Infinitive

to will

 
 
 

Participle

Present

willing

Past

willed