Acculare (to walk an animal backwards) conjugation

Italian

Conjugation of eiti

Io
Tu
Egli/ella/esso
Noi
Voi
Loro
Present tense
acculo
I walk an animal backwards
acculi
you walk an animal backwards
accula
he/she/it walks an animal backwards
acculiamo
we walk an animal backwards
acculate
you all walk an animal backwards
acculano
they walk an animal backwards
Present perfect tense
ho acculato
I have walked an animal backwards
hai acculato
you have walked an animal backwards
ha acculato
he/she/it has walked an animal backwards
abbiamo acculato
we have walked an animal backwards
avete acculato
you all have walked an animal backwards
hanno acculato
they have walked an animal backwards
Past preterite tense
acculai
I walked an animal backwards
acculasti
you walked an animal backwards
acculò
he/she/it walked an animal backwards
acculammo
we walked an animal backwards
acculaste
you all walked an animal backwards
accularono
they walked an animal backwards
Future tense
acculerò
I will walk an animal backwards
acculerai
you will walk an animal backwards
acculerà
he/she/it will walk an animal backwards
acculeremo
we will walk an animal backwards
acculerete
you all will walk an animal backwards
acculeranno
they will walk an animal backwards
Io
Tu
Egli/ella/esso
Noi
Voi
Loro
Conditional mood
acculerei
I would walk an animal backwards
acculeresti
you would walk an animal backwards
acculerebbe
he/she/it would walk an animal backwards
acculeremmo
we would walk an animal backwards
acculereste
you all would walk an animal backwards
acculerebbero
they would walk an animal backwards
Past impf. tense
acculavo
I used to walk an animal backwards
acculavi
you used to walk an animal backwards
acculava
he/she/it used to walk an animal backwards
acculavamo
we used to walk an animal backwards
acculavate
you all used to walk an animal backwards
acculavano
they used to walk an animal backwards
Past perfect tense
avevo acculato
I had walked an animal backwards
avevi acculato
you had walked an animal backwards
aveva acculato
he/she/it had walked an animal backwards
avevamo acculato
we had walked an animal backwards
avevate acculato
you all had walked an animal backwards
avevano acculato
they had walked an animal backwards
Future perfect tense
avrò acculato
I will have walked an animal backwards
avrai acculato
you will have walked an animal backwards
avrà acculato
he/she/it will have walked an animal backwards
avremo acculato
we will have walked an animal backwards
avrete acculato
you all will have walked an animal backwards
avranno acculato
they will have walked an animal backwards
Io
Tu
Egli/ella/esso
Noi
Voi
Loro
Present subjunctive tense
acculi
(if/so that) I walk an animal backwards
acculi
(if/so that) you walk an animal backwards
acculi
(if/so that) he/she/it walk an animal backwards
acculiamo
(if/so that) we walk an animal backwards
acculiate
(if/so that) you all walk an animal backwards
acculino
(if/so that) they walk an animal backwards
Present perf. subjunctive tense
abbia acculato
I have walked an animal backwards
abbia acculato
you have walked an animal backwards
abbia acculato
he/she/it has walked an animal backwards
abbiamo acculato
we have walked an animal backwards
abbiate acculato
you all have walked an animal backwards
abbiano acculato
they have walked an animal backwards
Imperative mood
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accula
walk an animal backwards!
acculi
walk an animal backwards!
acculiamo
let's walk an animal backwards!
acculate
walk an animal backwards!
acculino
walk an animal backwards!
Conditional perfect tense
avrei acculato
I would have walked an animal backwards
avresti acculato
you would have walked an animal backwards
avrebbe acculato
he/she/it would have walked an animal backwards
avremmo acculato
we would have walked an animal backwards
avreste acculato
you all would have walked an animal backwards
avrebbero acculato
they would have walked an animal backwards

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