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English : argue

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Nominal Forms

Infinitive: to argue
Participle: argued
Gerund: arguing

Indicative

Present
I    argue
you  argue
he   argues
we   argue
you  argue
they argue

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


Past

I    argued
you  argued
he   argued
we   argued
you  argued
they argued


Pluperfect

I    had argued
you  had argued
he   had argued
we   had argued
you  had argued
they had argued


Future

I    will argue
you  will argue
he   will argue
we   will argue
you  will argue
they will argue


Future perfect

I    will have argued
you  will have argued
he   will have argued
we   will have argued
you  will have argued
they will have argued

Subjunctive

Present
I    argue
you  argue
he   argue
we   argue
you  argue
they argue

Present
I    have argued
you  have argued
he   have argued
we   have argued
you  have argued
they have argued


Imperfect

I    argued
you  argued
he   argued
we   argued
you  argued
they argued


Pluperfect

I    had argued
you  had argued
he   had argued
we   had argued
you  had argued
they had argued

Conditional


Present

I    would argue
you  would argue
he   would argue
we   would argue
you  would argue
they would argue

 


Perfect

I    would have argued
you  would have argued
he   would have argued
we   would have argued
you  would have argued
they would have argued

Imperative


you  argue

we   Let´s argue
you  argue

Progressive (Continuous) Forms

Indicative

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

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


Past

I    was arguing
you  were arguing
he   was arguing
we   were arguing
you  were arguing
they were arguing


Pluperfect

I    had been arguing
you  had been arguing
he   had been arguing
we   had been arguing
you  had been arguing
they had been arguing


Future

I    will be arguing
you  will be arguing
he   will be arguing
we   will be arguing
you  will be arguing
they will be arguing


Future perfect

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

Conditional

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

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

argue

Ar"gue, v. i.
  • OE. arguen, F. arguer, fr. L. argutare, freq. of arguere to make clear; from the same root as E. argent
  1. To invent and offer reasons to support or overthrow a proposition, opinion, or measure; to use arguments; to reason.I argue not Against Heaven's hand or will.
  2. To contend in argument; to dispute; to reason; -- followed by with; as, you may argue with your friend without convincing him.
Ar"gue, v. t.
  1. To debate or discuss; to treat by reasoning; as, the counsel argued the cause before a full court; the cause was well argued.
  2. To prove or evince; too manifest or exhibit by inference, deduction, or reasoning.So many laws argue so many sins.
  3. To persuade by reasons; as, to argue a man into a different opinion.
  4. To blame; to accuse; to charge with.ObsThoughts and expressions . . . which can be truly argued of obscenity, profaneness, or immorality.to reason; evince; discuss; debate; expostulate; remonstrate; controvert.Men of many words sometimes argue for the sake of talking; men of ready tongues frequently dispute for the sake of victory; men in public life often debate for the sake of opposing the ruling party, or from any other motive than the love of truth.Unskilled to argue, in dispute yet loud, Bold without caution, without honors proud.Betwixt the dearest friends to raise debate.