Chap conjugation

English
40 examples

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
chap
chap
chaps
chap
chap
chap
Future Simple
will chap
will chap
will chap
will chap
will chap
will chap
Past Simple
chapped
chapped
chapped
chapped
chapped
chapped
Conditional Simple
would chap
would chap
would chap
would chap
would chap
would chap
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am chapping
are chapping
is chapping
are chapping
are chapping
are chapping
Future Progressive
will be chapping
will be chapping
will be chapping
will be chapping
will be chapping
will be chapping
Past Progressive
was chapping
were chapping
was chapping
were chapping
were chapping
were chapping
Conditional Progressive
would be chapping
would be chapping
would be chapping
would be chapping
would be chapping
would be chapping
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have chapped
have chapped
has chapped
have chapped
have chapped
have chapped
Future Perfect
will have chapped
will have chapped
will have chapped
will have chapped
will have chapped
will have chapped
Past Perfect
had chapped
had chapped
had chapped
had chapped
had chapped
had chapped
Conditional Perfect
would have chapped
would have chapped
would have chapped
would have chapped
would have chapped
would have chapped
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been chapping
have been chapping
has been chapping
have been chapping
have been chapping
have been chapping
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been chapping
will have been chapping
will have been chapping
will have been chapping
will have been chapping
will have been chapping
Past Perfect Progressive
had been chapping
had been chapping
had been chapping
had been chapping
had been chapping
had been chapping
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been chapping
would have been chapping
would have been chapping
would have been chapping
would have been chapping
would have been chapping

Examples of chap

Example in English
...who says to the chap...
Actually, no", replied the chap from Aston.
Ah! My poor chap! Doesn't stand a chance!"
Besides being quite bright, he could be considered a swell chap "and works like a son of a gun. "
By the way, this chap Vilas happens to be Zameer's very special man"
...who says to the chap...
Actually, no", replied the chap from Aston.
Ah! My poor chap! Doesn't stand a chance!"
Besides being quite bright, he could be considered a swell chap "and works like a son of a gun. "
By the way, this chap Vilas happens to be Zameer's very special man"
'They are first class chaps,' he says.
A " Angel to five group, We're almost over target, Bomb on our mark, chaps,
Come on in, chaps, the war is lovely."
Department of Dirty Tricks" as the Whitehall chaps call it.
I say, chaps...
'They are first class chaps,' he says.
A " Angel to five group, We're almost over target, Bomb on our mark, chaps,
Come on in, chaps, the war is lovely."
Department of Dirty Tricks" as the Whitehall chaps call it.
I say, chaps...
Honey, why your hands are so chapped?"
My lips are getting chapped.
On their chapped lips:
Their chapped lips:
Yup, chapped raw.
Well, it says--- - It says "Prevents chapping and chaffing."
Look, your butt-kissing is chapping my ass.
No gapping or chapping.
Rub this into the skin, it will help with the drying and the chapping, right?
Staving off chapping.
Honey, why your hands are so chapped?"
My lips are getting chapped.
On their chapped lips:
Their chapped lips:
Yup, chapped raw.
Well, it says--- - It says "Prevents chapping and chaffing."
Look, your butt-kissing is chapping my ass.
No gapping or chapping.
Rub this into the skin, it will help with the drying and the chapping, right?
Staving off chapping.

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