Favour conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: do

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
favour
favour
favours
favour
favour
favour
Future Simple
will favour
will favour
will favour
will favour
will favour
will favour
Past Simple
favoured
favoured
favoured
favoured
favoured
favoured
Conditional Simple
would favour
would favour
would favour
would favour
would favour
would favour
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am favouring
are favouring
is favouring
are favouring
are favouring
are favouring
Future Progressive
will be favouring
will be favouring
will be favouring
will be favouring
will be favouring
will be favouring
Past Progressive
was favouring
were favouring
was favouring
were favouring
were favouring
were favouring
Conditional Progressive
would be favouring
would be favouring
would be favouring
would be favouring
would be favouring
would be favouring
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have favoured
have favoured
has favoured
have favoured
have favoured
have favoured
Future Perfect
will have favoured
will have favoured
will have favoured
will have favoured
will have favoured
will have favoured
Past Perfect
had favoured
had favoured
had favoured
had favoured
had favoured
had favoured
Conditional Perfect
would have favoured
would have favoured
would have favoured
would have favoured
would have favoured
would have favoured
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been favouring
have been favouring
has been favouring
have been favouring
have been favouring
have been favouring
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been favouring
will have been favouring
will have been favouring
will have been favouring
will have been favouring
will have been favouring
Past Perfect Progressive
had been favouring
had been favouring
had been favouring
had been favouring
had been favouring
had been favouring
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been favouring
would have been favouring
would have been favouring
would have been favouring
would have been favouring
would have been favouring

Examples of favour

Example in English
Do me a favour!
lf the Versailles Assembly had an ounce of common sense" """it would admit its mandate is over," """and retire in favour of the country's true elected members."""
And do it not only when their eye's on you "and to curry their favour, "but with sincerity of heart...
Are you doing me a favour?
Could you do me a favour?"
Do me a favour!
lf the Versailles Assembly had an ounce of common sense" """it would admit its mandate is over," """and retire in favour of the country's true elected members."""
And do it not only when their eye's on you "and to curry their favour, "but with sincerity of heart...
Are you doing me a favour?
Could you do me a favour?"
Be not too familiar with Poins, for he misuses thy favours, so much that he swears thou art to marry his sister Nell.
About favours.."
Fortune favours the bold."
He misuses thy favours so much, "that he swears thou art to marry his sister Nell.
If he wants any favours from me. He must listen. " "Or.
Be not too familiar with Poins, for he misuses thy favours, so much that he swears thou art to marry his sister Nell.
About favours.."
Fortune favours the bold."
He misuses thy favours so much, "that he swears thou art to marry his sister Nell.
If he wants any favours from me. He must listen. " "Or.
Though the outcome favoured the few... "it led to a confrontation at the home of the gods."
In honour of the great good luck that favoured you
May you both be favoured with the future of your choice
'But, of course, not only would the Indians get a flavour of this traditional British motorsport, 'we'd have a chance to see what sort of vehicles are favoured 'by the Indian petrol head.'
And he favoured macons?
So what if our stars aren't favouring now...""" "someday good times will come seeking us"""
no favouring anyone when it comes to money,"
'But today his luck isn't favouring him.'
While employers won't want to include measures favouring workers, we'll fight ...
wonderful! Luck is favouring U
Though the outcome favoured the few... "it led to a confrontation at the home of the gods."
In honour of the great good luck that favoured you
May you both be favoured with the future of your choice
'But, of course, not only would the Indians get a flavour of this traditional British motorsport, 'we'd have a chance to see what sort of vehicles are favoured 'by the Indian petrol head.'
And he favoured macons?
So what if our stars aren't favouring now...""" "someday good times will come seeking us"""
no favouring anyone when it comes to money,"
'But today his luck isn't favouring him.'
While employers won't want to include measures favouring workers, we'll fight ...
wonderful! Luck is favouring U

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facefuck
facefuck
fall over
fall over
fanfaronade
fanfaronade
farb
farb
fatwa
fatwa
fault
fault
favorize
favorize
favourise
favourise
feck
feck
fecundate
fecundate

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