Keppeln (to nag) conjugation

German

Conjugation of eiti

Ich
Du
Er/sie/es
Wir
Ihr
Sie/die
Present tense
kepple
I nag
keppelst
you nag
keppelt
he/she/it nags
keppeln
we nag
keppelt
you all nag
keppeln
they nag
Past preterite tense
keppelte
I nagged
keppeltest
you nagged
keppelte
he/she/it nagged
keppelten
we nagged
keppeltet
you all nagged
keppelten
they nagged
Future tense
werde keppeln
I will nag
wirst keppeln
you will nag
wird keppeln
he/she/it will nag
werden keppeln
we will nag
werdet keppeln
you all will nag
werden keppeln
they will nag
Past perfect tense
habe gekeppelt
I have nagged
hast gekeppelt
you have nagged
hat gekeppelt
he/she/it has nagged
haben gekeppelt
we have nagged
habt gekeppelt
you all have nagged
haben gekeppelt
they have nagged
Ich
Du
Er/sie/es
Wir
Ihr
Sie/die
Pluperfect tense
hatte gekeppelt
I had nagged
hattest gekeppelt
you had nagged
hatte gekeppelt
he/she/it had nagged
hatten gekeppelt
we had nagged
hattet gekeppelt
you all had nagged
hatten gekeppelt
they had nagged
Future perf.
werde gekeppelt haben
I will have nagged
wirst gekeppelt haben
you will have nagged
wird gekeppelt haben
he/she/it will have nagged
werden gekeppelt haben
we will have nagged
werdet gekeppelt haben
you all will have nagged
werden gekeppelt haben
they will have nagged
Subjunctive II preterite tense
keppelte
(so that I) would nag
keppeltest
(so that you) would nag
keppelte
(so that he/she) would nag
keppelten
(so that we) would nag
keppeltet
(so that you all) would nag
keppelten
(so that they) would nag
Subjunctive II future tense
würde keppeln
I would nag
würdest keppeln
you would nag
würde keppeln
he/she/it would nag
würden keppeln
we would nag
würdet keppeln
you all would nag
würden keppeln
they would nag
Ich
Du
Er/sie/es
Wir
Ihr
Sie/die
Subjunctive II future perfect tense
würde gekeppelt haben
I would have nagged
würdest gekeppelt haben
you would have nagged
würde gekeppelt haben
he/she/it would have nagged
würden gekeppelt haben
we would have nagged
würdet gekeppelt haben
you all would have nagged
würden gekeppelt haben
they would have nagged
Subjunctive I present tense
keppele
(so that I) nag
keppelst
(so that you) nag
keppele
(so that he/she) nag
keppeln
(so that we) nag
keppelt
(so that you all) nag
keppeln
(so that they) nag
Subjunctive I present perfect tense
habe gekeppelt
(so that I) have nagged
habest gekeppelt
(so that you) have nagged
habe gekeppelt
(so that he/she) has nagged
haben gekeppelt
(so that we) have nagged
habet gekeppelt
(so that you all) have nagged
haben gekeppelt
(so that they) have nagged
Subjunctive I future tense
werde keppeln
(so that I) will nag
werdest keppeln
(so that you) will nag
werde keppeln
(so that he/she) will nag
werden keppeln
(so that we) will nag
werdet keppeln
(so that you all) will nag
werden keppeln
(so that they) will nag
Ich
Du
Er/sie/es
Wir
Ihr
Sie/die
Subjunctive I pluperfect tense
hätte gekeppelt
(so that I) would have nagged
hättest gekeppelt
(so that you) would have nagged
hätte gekeppelt
(so that he/she) would have nagged
hätten gekeppelt
(so that we) would have nagged
hättet gekeppelt
(so that you all) would have nagged
hätten gekeppelt
(so that they) would have nagged
Subjunctive I future perfect tense
werde gekeppelt haben
(so that I) will have nagged
werdest gekeppelt haben
(so that you) will have nagged
werde gekeppelt haben
(so that he/she) will have nagged
werden gekeppelt haben
(so that we) will have nagged
werdet gekeppelt haben
(so that you all) will have nagged
werden gekeppelt haben
(so that they) will have nagged
Imperative mood
-
kepple
nag
-
-
keppelt
nag
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