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English : accompany

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Nominal Forms

Infinitive: to accompany
Participle: accompanied
Gerund: accompanying

Indicative

Present
I    accompany
you  accompany
he   accompanies
we   accompany
you  accompany
they accompany

Perfect
I    have accompanied
you  have accompanied
he   has accompanied
we   have accompanied
you  have accompanied
they have accompanied


Past

I    accompanied
you  accompanied
he   accompanied
we   accompanied
you  accompanied
they accompanied


Pluperfect

I    had accompanied
you  had accompanied
he   had accompanied
we   had accompanied
you  had accompanied
they had accompanied


Future

I    will accompany
you  will accompany
he   will accompany
we   will accompany
you  will accompany
they will accompany


Future perfect

I    will have accompanied
you  will have accompanied
he   will have accompanied
we   will have accompanied
you  will have accompanied
they will have accompanied

Subjunctive

Present
I    accompany
you  accompany
he   accompany
we   accompany
you  accompany
they accompany

Present
I    have accompanied
you  have accompanied
he   have accompanied
we   have accompanied
you  have accompanied
they have accompanied


Imperfect

I    accompanied
you  accompanied
he   accompanied
we   accompanied
you  accompanied
they accompanied


Pluperfect

I    had accompanied
you  had accompanied
he   had accompanied
we   had accompanied
you  had accompanied
they had accompanied

Conditional


Present

I    would accompany
you  would accompany
he   would accompany
we   would accompany
you  would accompany
they would accompany

 


Perfect

I    would have accompanied
you  would have accompanied
he   would have accompanied
we   would have accompanied
you  would have accompanied
they would have accompanied

Imperative


you  accompany

we   Let´s accompany
you  accompany

Progressive (Continuous) Forms

Indicative

Present
I    am accompanying
you  are accompanying
he   is accompanying
we   are accompanying
you  are accompanying
they are accompanying

Perfect
I    have been accompanying
you  have been accompanying
he   has been accompanying
we   have been accompanying
you  have been accompanying
they have been accompanying


Past

I    was accompanying
you  were accompanying
he   was accompanying
we   were accompanying
you  were accompanying
they were accompanying


Pluperfect

I    had been accompanying
you  had been accompanying
he   had been accompanying
we   had been accompanying
you  had been accompanying
they had been accompanying


Future

I    will be accompanying
you  will be accompanying
he   will be accompanying
we   will be accompanying
you  will be accompanying
they will be accompanying


Future perfect

I    will have been accompanying
you  will have been accompanying
he   will have been accompanying
we   will have been accompanying
you  will have been accompanying
they will have been accompanying

Conditional

Present
I    would be accompanying
you  would be accompanying
he   would be accompanying
we   would be accompanying
you  would be accompanying
they would be accompanying

Perfect
I    would have been accompanying
you  would have been accompanying
he   would have been accompanying
we   would have been accompanying
you  would have been accompanying
they would have been accompanying

accompany

Ac*com"pa*ny, v. t.
  • OF. aacompaignier, F. accompagner, to associate with, fr. OF. compaigncompain, companion. See Company
  1. To go with or attend as a companion or associate; to keep company with; to go along with; -- followed by with or by; as, he accompanied his speech with a bow.The Persian dames, . . . In sumptuous cars, accompanied his march.They are never alone that are accompanied with noble thoughts.He was accompanied by two carts filled with wounded rebels.
  2. To cohabit with.ObsTo attend; escort; go with.
Ac*com"pa*ny, v. i.
  1. To associate in a company; to keep company.ObsMen say that they will drive away one another, . . . and not accompany together.
  2. To cohabit (with).Obs
  3. MusTo perform an accompanying part or parts in a composition.