Take leave conjugation

English
48 examples
This verb can also mean the following: depart, leave

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
take leave
take leave
takes leave
take leave
take leave
take leave
Future Simple
will take leave
will take leave
will take leave
will take leave
will take leave
will take leave
Past Simple
took leave
took leave
took leave
took leave
took leave
took leave
Conditional Simple
would take leave
would take leave
would take leave
would take leave
would take leave
would take leave
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am taking leave
are taking leave
is taking leave
are taking leave
are taking leave
are taking leave
Future Progressive
will be taking leave
will be taking leave
will be taking leave
will be taking leave
will be taking leave
will be taking leave
Past Progressive
was taking leave
were taking leave
was taking leave
were taking leave
were taking leave
were taking leave
Conditional Progressive
would be taking leave
would be taking leave
would be taking leave
would be taking leave
would be taking leave
would be taking leave
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have taken leave
have taken leave
has taken leave
have taken leave
have taken leave
have taken leave
Future Perfect
will have taken leave
will have taken leave
will have taken leave
will have taken leave
will have taken leave
will have taken leave
Past Perfect
had taken leave
had taken leave
had taken leave
had taken leave
had taken leave
had taken leave
Conditional Perfect
would have taken leave
would have taken leave
would have taken leave
would have taken leave
would have taken leave
would have taken leave
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been taking leave
have been taking leave
has been taking leave
have been taking leave
have been taking leave
have been taking leave
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been taking leave
will have been taking leave
will have been taking leave
will have been taking leave
will have been taking leave
will have been taking leave
Past Perfect Progressive
had been taking leave
had been taking leave
had been taking leave
had been taking leave
had been taking leave
had been taking leave
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been taking leave
would have been taking leave
would have been taking leave
would have been taking leave
would have been taking leave
would have been taking leave

Examples of take leave

Example in English
Let me see what l can do, if at all l can." l'll take leave now.
What words can I find in order to take leave of you, beloved souls?" "Goodbye, wife. Goodbye, child.
l'll take leave, master.
I'd have to take leave of my senses!
I'll take leave.
Let me see what l can do, if at all l can." l'll take leave now.
What words can I find in order to take leave of you, beloved souls?" "Goodbye, wife. Goodbye, child.
l'll take leave, master.
I'd have to take leave of my senses!
I'll take leave.
Before leaving for exile, Romeo takes leave of Giulietta.
How Kriemhild takes leave from her homeland, and how she was received by King Attilla.
Or seat a more favorable judge while the grieving Judge Wallace takes leave.
The luckiest among them, the one who disappeared at sea, commands the winds to carry back home the words by which he takes leave of his country:
Before leaving for exile, Romeo takes leave of Giulietta.
How Kriemhild takes leave from her homeland, and how she was received by King Attilla.
Or seat a more favorable judge while the grieving Judge Wallace takes leave.
The luckiest among them, the one who disappeared at sea, commands the winds to carry back home the words by which he takes leave of his country:
Well, there was that time... that you took leave on Mars, and that dancer, as I recall-
A great friend just took leave of us.
And he suddenly took leave and then he just disappeared.
Anytime the colonel took leave, he'd come here.
Gentlemen, as you know, for the Glasgow-London job I took leave from the army.
Well, there was that time... that you took leave on Mars, and that dancer, as I recall-
A great friend just took leave of us.
And he suddenly took leave and then he just disappeared.
Anytime the colonel took leave, he'd come here.
Gentlemen, as you know, for the Glasgow-London job I took leave from the army.
Have I taken leave of my senses?
Have you taken leave of your senses?"
Have you taken leave of your senses?
Have you taken leave of your senses?
He's taken leave.
And the steps you're taking leave you three, four steps behind
not mind my taking leave of you.
Ah! You may say "the little Belgian detective is taking leave of his rocker", ah?
He's taking leave for personal reasons.
He's taking leave on personal grounds.
Have I taken leave of my senses?
Have you taken leave of your senses?"
Have you taken leave of your senses?
Have you taken leave of your senses?
He's taken leave.
And the steps you're taking leave you three, four steps behind
not mind my taking leave of you.
Ah! You may say "the little Belgian detective is taking leave of his rocker", ah?
He's taking leave for personal reasons.
He's taking leave on personal grounds.

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