Hit the pavement conjugation

English
14 examples
This verb can also mean the following: flush, time, travel, other road vehicle, fight for the right to flush, begin to move in an automobile, travel on foot

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
hit the pavement
hit the pavement
hits the pavement
hit the pavement
hit the pavement
hit the pavement
Future Simple
will hit the pavement
will hit the pavement
will hit the pavement
will hit the pavement
will hit the pavement
will hit the pavement
Past Simple
hit the pavement
hit the pavement
hit the pavement
hit the pavement
hit the pavement
hit the pavement
Conditional Simple
would hit the pavement
would hit the pavement
would hit the pavement
would hit the pavement
would hit the pavement
would hit the pavement
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am hitting the pavement
are hitting the pavement
is hitting the pavement
are hitting the pavement
are hitting the pavement
are hitting the pavement
Future Progressive
will be hitting the pavement
will be hitting the pavement
will be hitting the pavement
will be hitting the pavement
will be hitting the pavement
will be hitting the pavement
Past Progressive
was hitting the pavement
were hitting the pavement
was hitting the pavement
were hitting the pavement
were hitting the pavement
were hitting the pavement
Conditional Progressive
would be hitting the pavement
would be hitting the pavement
would be hitting the pavement
would be hitting the pavement
would be hitting the pavement
would be hitting the pavement
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have hit the pavement
have hit the pavement
has hit the pavement
have hit the pavement
have hit the pavement
have hit the pavement
Future Perfect
will have hit the pavement
will have hit the pavement
will have hit the pavement
will have hit the pavement
will have hit the pavement
will have hit the pavement
Past Perfect
had hit the pavement
had hit the pavement
had hit the pavement
had hit the pavement
had hit the pavement
had hit the pavement
Conditional Perfect
would have hit the pavement
would have hit the pavement
would have hit the pavement
would have hit the pavement
would have hit the pavement
would have hit the pavement
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been hitting the pavement
have been hitting the pavement
has been hitting the pavement
have been hitting the pavement
have been hitting the pavement
have been hitting the pavement
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been hitting the pavement
will have been hitting the pavement
will have been hitting the pavement
will have been hitting the pavement
will have been hitting the pavement
will have been hitting the pavement
Past Perfect Progressive
had been hitting the pavement
had been hitting the pavement
had been hitting the pavement
had been hitting the pavement
had been hitting the pavement
had been hitting the pavement
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been hitting the pavement
would have been hitting the pavement
would have been hitting the pavement
would have been hitting the pavement
would have been hitting the pavement
would have been hitting the pavement

Examples of hit the pavement

Example in English
His arm was like that when he hit the pavement.
Lucky you didn't hit the pavement.
You should have let her hit the pavement.
Al says he saw God after he hit the pavement.
Any luck, you'll wake up before you hit the pavement.
I have been looking for a second job, hitting the pavement, going online, filling out applications.
You should be hitting the pavement figuring it out, not wasting time talking to me.
His arm was like that when he hit the pavement.
Lucky you didn't hit the pavement.
You should have let her hit the pavement.
Al says he saw God after he hit the pavement.
Any luck, you'll wake up before you hit the pavement.
I have been looking for a second job, hitting the pavement, going online, filling out applications.
You should be hitting the pavement figuring it out, not wasting time talking to me.

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