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Conjugate verb feel

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INDICATIVE (INDICATIVE) | CONTINUOUS | SUBJUNCTIVE (SUBJUNCTIVE) | PARTICIPLE (PARTICIPLE) | CONDITIONAL (CONDITIONAL)

INDICATIVE (INDICATIVE)

Indicative Present 

I feel
you feel
he feels
we feel
you feel
they feel

Indicative Perfect 

I have felt
you have felt
he has felt
we have felt
you have felt
they have felt

Indicative Past 

I felt
you felt
he felt
we felt
you felt
they felt

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Indicative Pluperfect 

I had felt
you had felt
he had felt
we had felt
you had felt
they had felt

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Indicative Future 

I will feel
you will feel
he will feel
we will feel
you will feel
they will feel

Indicative Future perfect 

I will have felt
you will have felt
he will have felt
we will have felt
you will have felt
they will have felt

CONTINUOUS

Present continuous 

I am feeling
you are feeling
he is feeling
we are feeling
you are feeling
they are feeling

Past continuous 

I was feeling
you were feeling
he was feeling
we were feeling
you were feeling
they were feeling

Present perfect continuous 

I have been feeling
you have been feeling
he has been feeling
we have been feeling
you have been feeling
they have been feeling

Past perfect continuous 

I had been feeling
you had been feeling
he had been feeling
we had been feeling
you had been feeling
they had been feeling

Future continuous 

I will be feeling
you will be feeling
he will be feeling
we will be feeling
you will be feeling
they will be feeling

Future perfect continuous 

I will have been feeling
you will have been feeling
he will have been feeling
we will have been feeling
you will have been feeling
they will have been feeling

SUBJUNCTIVE (SUBJUNCTIVE)

Present Subjunctive 

I feel
you feel
he feel
we feel
you feel
they feel

Past Subjunctive 

I felt
you felt
he felt
we felt
you felt
they felt

Past perfect subjunctive 

I had felt
you had felt
he had felt
we had felt
you had felt
they had felt

PARTICIPLE (PARTICIPLE)

Present participle 

Past participle 

CONDITIONAL (CONDITIONAL)

Conditional present 

I would feel
you would feel
he would feel
we would feel
you would feel
they would feel

Conditional perfect 

I would have felt
you would have felt
he would have felt
we would have felt
you would have felt
they would have felt

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