The act of conjugating a verb or giving in order its various parts and inflections.
A scheme in which are arranged all the parts of a verb.
A class of verbs conjugated in the same manner.
the action of changing a verb to reflect person and number eg: I swim he swim they swim
a system of verb forms. A given verb belongs to one of the four conjugations. The conjugation can be recognized from the infinitive: -are (long a) = 1st conjugation; -ere (long e) = 2nd; -ere = 3rd; and -ire (long i) = 4th.
the complete set of inflected forms of a verb
a class of verbs having the same inflectional forms
a set of verb endings, the rules you follow, for all regular verbs in each verb category
A form-class of verbs characterised by inflectional patterns.
Verbal conjugation refers to all the various forms of a verb. Some options include: tense, aspect, modality, person, gender, number, etc. Example: Present of the verb â€œto beâ€ I am You are He/she/it is We are They are
The inflection of verbs. In English there are two general areas in which conjugation occurs; for person and for tense.
Lit. â€˜Joining Togetherâ€™. In grammar, this word is used to refer to the act of joining different endings to the stem of a verb, or to differentiate the different endings of the infinitive forms of verbs. eg. In Portuguese, â€˜arâ€™ verbs are â€˜first conjugationâ€™; â€˜erâ€™ and â€˜orâ€™ verbs are â€˜second conjugationâ€™, and â€˜irâ€™ verbs are â€˜third conjugation