Conjugaison du verbe anglais OUGHT TO DISTINGUISH

Verbe régulier : distinguish - distinguished - distinguished
Traduction française : distinguer - faire ou établir une distinction

Affirmation

Forme simple

I ought to distinguish
you ought to distinguish
he ought to distinguish
we ought to distinguish
you ought to distinguish
they ought to distinguish

Forme en V-ing

I ought to be distinguishing
you ought to be distinguishing
he ought to be distinguishing
we ought to be distinguishing
you ought to be distinguishing
they ought to be distinguishing

Perfect

I ought to have distinguished
you ought to have distinguished
he ought to have distinguished
we ought to have distinguished
you ought to have distinguished
they ought to have distinguished

Perfect en V-ing

I ought to have been distinguishing
you ought to have been distinguishing
he ought to have been distinguishing
we ought to have been distinguishing
you ought to have been distinguishing
they ought to have been distinguishing

Négation

Forme simple

I ought not to distinguish
you ought not to distinguish
he ought not to distinguish
we ought not to distinguish
you ought not to distinguish
they ought not to distinguish

Forme en V-ing

I ought not to distinguishing
you ought not to distinguishing
he ought not to distinguishing
we ought not to distinguishing
you ought not to distinguishing
they ought not to distinguishing

Perfect

I ought not to have distinguished
you ought not to have distinguished
he ought not to have distinguished
we ought not to have distinguished
you ought not to have distinguished
they ought not to have distinguished

Perfect en V-ing

I ought not to have been distinguishing
you ought not to have been distinguishing
he ought not to have been distinguishing
we ought not to have been distinguishing
you ought not to have been distinguishing
they ought not to have been distinguishing

Forme interrogative

Forme simple

ought to I distinguish?
ought to you distinguish?
ought to he distinguish?
ought to we distinguish?
ought to you distinguish?
ought to they distinguish?

Forme en V-ing

ought to I be distinguishing?
ought to you be distinguishing?
ought to he be distinguishing?
ought to we be distinguishing?
ought to you be distinguishing?
ought to they be distinguishing?

Perfect

ought to I have distinguished?
ought to you have distinguished?
ought to he have distinguished?
ought to we have distinguished?
ought to you have distinguished?
ought to they have distinguished?

Perfect en V-ing

ought to I have been distinguishing?
ought to you have been distinguishing?
ought to he have been distinguishing?
ought to we have been distinguishing?
ought to you have been distinguishing?
ought to they have been distinguishing?

Forme interro-négative

Forme simple

ought I not to distinguish?
ought you not to distinguish?
ought he not to distinguish?
ought we not to distinguish?
ought you not to distinguish?
ought they not to distinguish?

Forme en V-ing

ought I not to be distinguishing?
ought you not to be distinguishing?
ought he not to be distinguishing?
ought we not to be distinguishing?
ought you not to be distinguishing?
ought they not to be distinguishing?

Perfect

ought I not to have distinguished?
ought you not to have distinguished?
ought he not to have distinguished?
ought we not to have distinguished?
ought you not to have distinguished?
ought they not to have distinguished?

Perfect en V-ing

ought I not to have been distinguishing?
ought you not to have been distinguishing?
ought he not to have been distinguishing?
ought we not to have been distinguishing?
ought you not to have been distinguishing?
ought they not to have been distinguishing?