See the forest for the trees conjugation

English
12 examples
This verb can also mean the following: be, be overwhelmed by detail to the point where it obscures the overall situation, do, discern, more general situation, see the big picture

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
see the forest for the trees
see the forest for the trees
sees the forest for the trees
see the forest for the trees
see the forest for the trees
see the forest for the trees
Future Simple
will see the forest for the trees
will see the forest for the trees
will see the forest for the trees
will see the forest for the trees
will see the forest for the trees
will see the forest for the trees
Past Simple
saw the forest for the trees
saw the forest for the trees
saw the forest for the trees
saw the forest for the trees
saw the forest for the trees
saw the forest for the trees
Conditional Simple
would see the forest for the trees
would see the forest for the trees
would see the forest for the trees
would see the forest for the trees
would see the forest for the trees
would see the forest for the trees
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am seeing the forest for the trees
are seeing the forest for the trees
is seeing the forest for the trees
are seeing the forest for the trees
are seeing the forest for the trees
are seeing the forest for the trees
Future Progressive
will be seeing the forest for the trees
will be seeing the forest for the trees
will be seeing the forest for the trees
will be seeing the forest for the trees
will be seeing the forest for the trees
will be seeing the forest for the trees
Past Progressive
was seeing the forest for the trees
were seeing the forest for the trees
was seeing the forest for the trees
were seeing the forest for the trees
were seeing the forest for the trees
were seeing the forest for the trees
Conditional Progressive
would be seeing the forest for the trees
would be seeing the forest for the trees
would be seeing the forest for the trees
would be seeing the forest for the trees
would be seeing the forest for the trees
would be seeing the forest for the trees
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have seen the forest for the trees
have seen the forest for the trees
has seen the forest for the trees
have seen the forest for the trees
have seen the forest for the trees
have seen the forest for the trees
Future Perfect
will have seen the forest for the trees
will have seen the forest for the trees
will have seen the forest for the trees
will have seen the forest for the trees
will have seen the forest for the trees
will have seen the forest for the trees
Past Perfect
had seen the forest for the trees
had seen the forest for the trees
had seen the forest for the trees
had seen the forest for the trees
had seen the forest for the trees
had seen the forest for the trees
Conditional Perfect
would have seen the forest for the trees
would have seen the forest for the trees
would have seen the forest for the trees
would have seen the forest for the trees
would have seen the forest for the trees
would have seen the forest for the trees
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been seeing the forest for the trees
have been seeing the forest for the trees
has been seeing the forest for the trees
have been seeing the forest for the trees
have been seeing the forest for the trees
have been seeing the forest for the trees
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been seeing the forest for the trees
will have been seeing the forest for the trees
will have been seeing the forest for the trees
will have been seeing the forest for the trees
will have been seeing the forest for the trees
will have been seeing the forest for the trees
Past Perfect Progressive
had been seeing the forest for the trees
had been seeing the forest for the trees
had been seeing the forest for the trees
had been seeing the forest for the trees
had been seeing the forest for the trees
had been seeing the forest for the trees
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been seeing the forest for the trees
would have been seeing the forest for the trees
would have been seeing the forest for the trees
would have been seeing the forest for the trees
would have been seeing the forest for the trees
would have been seeing the forest for the trees

Examples of see the forest for the trees

Example in English
May you always see the forest for the trees." Enjoy.
May you always see the forest for the trees."
; yes, because there are many who cant see the forest for the trees speaking of trees; Sofia von Stauben belonged to the Prussian branch of the von Staubens, and it was she who commissioned Mastropiero... to pen the ballad "To the Beach with Wendy," which he was getting ready to compose that time he thought he saw the form of a strange animal swaying in the window of the study and he went and called the butler.
And that's why you can't see the forest for the trees.
And you can't see the forest for the trees.
May you always see the forest for the trees." Enjoy.
May you always see the forest for the trees."
; yes, because there are many who cant see the forest for the trees speaking of trees; Sofia von Stauben belonged to the Prussian branch of the von Staubens, and it was she who commissioned Mastropiero... to pen the ballad "To the Beach with Wendy," which he was getting ready to compose that time he thought he saw the form of a strange animal swaying in the window of the study and he went and called the butler.
And that's why you can't see the forest for the trees.
And you can't see the forest for the trees.
Maybe you're not seeing the forest for the trees, Lion-O.
Maybe you're not seeing the forest for the trees, Lion-O.

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