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English : ask

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Nominal Forms

Infinitive: to ask
Participle: asked
Gerund: asking

Indicative

Present
I    ask
you  ask
he   asks
we   ask
you  ask
they ask

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


Past

I    asked
you  asked
he   asked
we   asked
you  asked
they asked


Pluperfect

I    had asked
you  had asked
he   had asked
we   had asked
you  had asked
they had asked


Future

I    will ask
you  will ask
he   will ask
we   will ask
you  will ask
they will ask


Future perfect

I    will have asked
you  will have asked
he   will have asked
we   will have asked
you  will have asked
they will have asked

Subjunctive

Present
I    ask
you  ask
he   ask
we   ask
you  ask
they ask

Present
I    have asked
you  have asked
he   have asked
we   have asked
you  have asked
they have asked


Imperfect

I    asked
you  asked
he   asked
we   asked
you  asked
they asked


Pluperfect

I    had asked
you  had asked
he   had asked
we   had asked
you  had asked
they had asked

Conditional


Present

I    would ask
you  would ask
he   would ask
we   would ask
you  would ask
they would ask

 


Perfect

I    would have asked
you  would have asked
he   would have asked
we   would have asked
you  would have asked
they would have asked

Imperative


you  ask

we   Let´s ask
you  ask

Progressive (Continuous) Forms

Indicative

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

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


Past

I    was asking
you  were asking
he   was asking
we   were asking
you  were asking
they were asking


Pluperfect

I    had been asking
you  had been asking
he   had been asking
we   had been asking
you  had been asking
they had been asking


Future

I    will be asking
you  will be asking
he   will be asking
we   will be asking
you  will be asking
they will be asking


Future perfect

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

Conditional

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

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

ask

Ask, v. t.
  • OE. askenashenaxien, AS. āscianācsian; akin to OS. ēscōn, OHG. eiscōn, Sw. āska, Dan. æske, D. eischen, G. heischen, Lith. jëskóti, OSlav. iskati to seek, Skr. ish to desire. √5
  1. To request; to seek to obtain by words; to petition; to solicit; -- often with of, in the sense of from, before the person addressed.Ask counsel, we pray thee, of God.If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you.
  2. To require, demand, claim, or expect, whether by way of remuneration or return, or as a matter of necessity; as, what price do you ask?Ask me never so much dowry.To whom men have committed much, of him they will ask the more.An exigence of state asks a much longer time to conduct a design to maturity.
  3. To interrogate or inquire of or concerning; to put a question to or about; to question.He is of age; ask him: he shall speak for himself.He asked the way to Chester.
  4. To invite; as, to ask one to an entertainment.
  5. To publish in church for marriage; -- said of both the banns and the persons.To beg; request; seek; petition; solicit; entreat; beseech; implore; crave; require; demand; claim; exhibit; inquire; interrogate. See Beg.
Ask, v. i.
  1. To request or petition; -- usually followed by for; as, to ask for bread.Ask, and it shall be given you.
  2. To make inquiry, or seek by request; -- sometimes followed by after.Wherefore . . . dost ask after my name?