# Expect V1, V2, V3, V4, V5 Forms | Expect Past Tense and Past Participle

Expect V1, V2, V3, V4, V5 Forms | Expect Past Tense and Past Participle

Verb: expect

Meaning: regard (something) as likely to happen.

Expect Verb Forms (V1, V2, V3, V4, V5):

 BASE FORM PAST TENSE PAST PARTICIPLE -S/IES -ING expect expected expected expects expecting

Example Conjugations:

Present Tense

In present tense conjugations, we typically use the verb “to+V1”. Here are some conjugations of “to+V1” in the present tense:

 I + expect She/He + Expects They + expect We + expect You + expect

Past Tense

In past tense conjugations, we typically use the verb “V2”. Here are some conjugations of “V2” in the past tense:

 I + expected She/He + expected They + expected We + expected You + expected

Perfect Tense

In present tense conjugations, we typically use the verb “have+V3”. Here are some conjugations of “have+V3” in the present tense:

 I + have + expected She/He + has + expected They + have + expected We + have + expected You + have + expected

Future Tense

In future tense conjugations, we typically use the verb “will+V1”. Here are some conjugations of “will+V1” in the future tense:

 I + will + expect She/He + will + expect They + will + expect We + will + expect You + will + expect

Past Perfect Tense

In past perfect tense conjugations, we typically use the verb “had+V3”. Here are some conjugations of “had+V3” in the past perfect tense:

Future Perfect Tense

In future perfect tense conjugations, we typically use the verb “will+have+V3”. Here are some conjugations of “will+have+V3” in the future perfect tense:

 I + will have + expected She/He + will have + expected They + will have + expected We + will have + expected You + will have + expected

Present – Conditional

In present conditional tense conjugations, we typically use the verb “would+V1”. Here are some conjugations of “would+V1” in the present conditional tense:

 I + would + expect She/He + would + expect They + would + expect We + would + expect You + would + expect

Perfect – Conditional

In perfect conditional tense conjugations, we typically use the verb “would+have+V3″. Here are some conjugations of ” would+have+V3″ in the perfect conditional tense:

 I + would have + expected She/He + would have + expected They + would have + expected We + would have + expected You + would have + expected

List of Common Verb Forms:

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