March conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: go, cause, cause someone to walk somewhere, walk, make military advances, go to war, walk with long

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
march
march
marches
march
march
march
Future Simple
will march
will march
will march
will march
will march
will march
Past Simple
marched
marched
marched
marched
marched
marched
Conditional Simple
would march
would march
would march
would march
would march
would march
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am marching
are marching
is marching
are marching
are marching
are marching
Future Progressive
will be marching
will be marching
will be marching
will be marching
will be marching
will be marching
Past Progressive
was marching
were marching
was marching
were marching
were marching
were marching
Conditional Progressive
would be marching
would be marching
would be marching
would be marching
would be marching
would be marching
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have marched
have marched
has marched
have marched
have marched
have marched
Future Perfect
will have marched
will have marched
will have marched
will have marched
will have marched
will have marched
Past Perfect
had marched
had marched
had marched
had marched
had marched
had marched
Conditional Perfect
would have marched
would have marched
would have marched
would have marched
would have marched
would have marched
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been marching
have been marching
has been marching
have been marching
have been marching
have been marching
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been marching
will have been marching
will have been marching
will have been marching
will have been marching
will have been marching
Past Perfect Progressive
had been marching
had been marching
had been marching
had been marching
had been marching
had been marching
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been marching
would have been marching
would have been marching
would have been marching
would have been marching
would have been marching

Examples of march

Example in English
I can play a funeral march if you want.
... and proceeded on their march, received all over with enthusiasm and..."
... which is a serious march to try to regain our rights. "
...go march to the table, see the same damn thing.
...the march upon Paris."
I can play a funeral march if you want.
... and proceeded on their march, received all over with enthusiasm and..."
... which is a serious march to try to regain our rights. "
...go march to the table, see the same damn thing.
...the march upon Paris."
You were great, but time marches on. "
Crime marches on.
One runs on, another stops. Marching si- abreast, two or three abreast. So marches the French Revolution, so the Russian Revolution, the Peasant Wars, the Anabaptists.
One runs on, another stops. Marching six abreast, two or three abreast. So marches the French Revolution, so the Russian Revolution, the Peasant Wars, the Anabaptists.
Our marches to delightful measures.
You were great, but time marches on. "
Crime marches on.
One runs on, another stops. Marching si- abreast, two or three abreast. So marches the French Revolution, so the Russian Revolution, the Peasant Wars, the Anabaptists.
One runs on, another stops. Marching six abreast, two or three abreast. So marches the French Revolution, so the Russian Revolution, the Peasant Wars, the Anabaptists.
Our marches to delightful measures.
After Fabius Maximus had thus decamped, the army marched on for ten days, whereupon it pitched camp by the Igas River.
Following a reading of some right-wing literature, several members of the football team marched down North Avenue, intending to stone the Russian Embassy.
It is the end of the greed for power, which marched across the earth like some hideous, murderous beast."
Last Sunday we marched past Louvencourt, "and I was able to escape to visit Roland's grave.
One that never turned his back but marched breast forward never doubted clouds would break never dreamed that wrong would triumph held we fall to rise sleep to wake."
... This is the Sixth day of marching around OUR Jericho...
...marching along in an imaginary climb." Full stop.
...marching along..."
A leaf in the whirlwind of time, he was blown into the marching columns of the 1,000-year Reich."
And we'll all feel gay When Johnny comes marching home "The men will cheer, the boys will shout"
After Fabius Maximus had thus decamped, the army marched on for ten days, whereupon it pitched camp by the Igas River.
Following a reading of some right-wing literature, several members of the football team marched down North Avenue, intending to stone the Russian Embassy.
It is the end of the greed for power, which marched across the earth like some hideous, murderous beast."
Last Sunday we marched past Louvencourt, "and I was able to escape to visit Roland's grave.
One that never turned his back but marched breast forward never doubted clouds would break never dreamed that wrong would triumph held we fall to rise sleep to wake."
... This is the Sixth day of marching around OUR Jericho...
...marching along in an imaginary climb." Full stop.
...marching along..."
A leaf in the whirlwind of time, he was blown into the marching columns of the 1,000-year Reich."
And we'll all feel gay When Johnny comes marching home "The men will cheer, the boys will shout"

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