Challenge (to ) conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: demand the countersign from, dare, demand as a right, take, invite, claim as due, blame, invite someone to take part, claim, question, dispute something, dare someone, do, censure, make, object, dispute

Conjugation of challenge

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
challenge
challenge
challenges
challenge
challenge
challenge
Future Simple
will challenge
will challenge
will challenge
will challenge
will challenge
will challenge
Past Simple
challenged
challenged
challenged
challenged
challenged
challenged
Conditional Simple
would challenge
would challenge
would challenge
would challenge
would challenge
would challenge
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am challenging
are challenging
is challenging
are challenging
are challenging
are challenging
Future Progressive
will be challenging
will be challenging
will be challenging
will be challenging
will be challenging
will be challenging
Past Progressive
was challenging
were challenging
was challenging
were challenging
were challenging
were challenging
Conditional Progressive
would be challenging
would be challenging
would be challenging
would be challenging
would be challenging
would be challenging
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have challenged
have challenged
has challenged
have challenged
have challenged
have challenged
Future Perfect
will have challenged
will have challenged
will have challenged
will have challenged
will have challenged
will have challenged
Past Perfect
had challenged
had challenged
had challenged
had challenged
had challenged
had challenged
Conditional Perfect
would have challenged
would have challenged
would have challenged
would have challenged
would have challenged
would have challenged
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been challenging
have been challenging
has been challenging
have been challenging
have been challenging
have been challenging
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been challenging
will have been challenging
will have been challenging
will have been challenging
will have been challenging
will have been challenging
Past Perfect Progressive
had been challenging
had been challenging
had been challenging
had been challenging
had been challenging
had been challenging
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been challenging
would have been challenging
would have been challenging
would have been challenging
would have been challenging
would have been challenging

Examples of challenge

Example in EnglishTranslation in English
! If he doesn't sign that form, I'll challenge him in the courts.
" "you will now compete in your next immunity challenge.
"A challenge and a promise.
"A challenge made and accepted, the match race must be held. "
"A challenge may be presented and gentlemanly means pursued"?
! If he doesn't sign that form, I'll challenge him in the courts.
" "you will now compete in your next immunity challenge.
"A challenge and a promise.
"A challenge made and accepted, the match race must be held. "
"A challenge may be presented and gentlemanly means pursued"?
" But he makes those calls like in The challenges.
" But he makes those calls like in The challenges.
" I think we're going to lose the Immunity challenges regardless.
"3 score and change on God's green I've decided to take time from the daily rigor to look back over the years and chart the course of life, whose challenges and achievements may serve as an example and benefit
"A prize of ten guineas will be awarded "to the first person carrying a copy of the Daily Messenger "who challenges him in the following words:
" But he makes those calls like in The challenges.
" But he makes those calls like in The challenges.
" I think we're going to lose the Immunity challenges regardless.
"3 score and change on God's green I've decided to take time from the daily rigor to look back over the years and chart the course of life, whose challenges and achievements may serve as an example and benefit
"A prize of ten guineas will be awarded "to the first person carrying a copy of the Daily Messenger "who challenges him in the following words:
" Homosexual goalie Eckhard D. has challenged Boldrup.
"A marriage may be challenged by one of the two weds... whose consent was extorted with force... or excluded as a result of an error".
"And today, from the same place someone has stood up and challenged me."
"Criminally challenged." That's the catch phrase now.
"Culturally challenged"?
"I know I can be challenging, but your work is appreciated.
"My parents are having a fun but challenging year.
"Operant conditioning: when you undergo something challenging..."
"The fire damaged several power networks," "causing power cuts" "and challenging the patience of the town's residents."
"The pageant will consist of an evening gown competition, followed by a socially relevant and intellectually challenging Q A."
" Homosexual goalie Eckhard D. has challenged Boldrup.
"A marriage may be challenged by one of the two weds... whose consent was extorted with force... or excluded as a result of an error".
"And today, from the same place someone has stood up and challenged me."
"Criminally challenged." That's the catch phrase now.
"Culturally challenged"?
"I know I can be challenging, but your work is appreciated.
"My parents are having a fun but challenging year.
"Operant conditioning: when you undergo something challenging..."
"The fire damaged several power networks," "causing power cuts" "and challenging the patience of the town's residents."
"The pageant will consist of an evening gown competition, followed by a socially relevant and intellectually challenging Q A."

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