# English: assume

## English verb 'assume' conjugated in all tenses

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## Nominal Forms

**Infinitive:** to assume

**Participle:** assumed

**Gerund:** assuming

## Indicative

### Present

I | assume |

you | assume |

he;she;it | assumes |

we | assume |

you | assume |

they | assume |

### Perfect

I | have assumed |

you | have assumed |

he;she;it | has assumed |

we | have assumed |

you | have assumed |

they | have assumed |

### Past

I | assumed |

you | assumed |

he;she;it | assumed |

we | assumed |

you | assumed |

they | assumed |

### Pluperfect

I | had assumed |

you | had assumed |

he;she;it | had assumed |

we | had assumed |

you | had assumed |

they | had assumed |

### Future

I | will assume |

you | will assume |

he;she;it | will assume |

we | will assume |

you | will assume |

they | will assume |

### Future perfect

I | will have assumed |

you | will have assumed |

he;she;it | will have assumed |

we | will have assumed |

you | will have assumed |

they | will have assumed |

## Subjunctive

### Present

I | assume |

you | assume |

he;she;it | assume |

we | assume |

you | assume |

they | assume |

### Perfect

I | have assumed |

you | have assumed |

he;she;it | have assumed |

we | have assumed |

you | have assumed |

they | have assumed |

### Imperfect

I | assumed |

you | assumed |

he;she;it | assumed |

we | assumed |

you | assumed |

they | assumed |

### Pluperfect

I | had assumed |

you | had assumed |

he;she;it | had assumed |

we | had assumed |

you | had assumed |

they | had assumed |

## Conditional

### Present

I | would assume |

you | would assume |

he;she;it | would assume |

we | would assume |

you | would assume |

they | would assume |

### Perfect

I | would have assumed |

you | would have assumed |

he;she;it | would have assumed |

we | would have assumed |

you | would have assumed |

they | would have assumed |

## Imperative

you | assume |

we | Let's assume |

you | assume |

# Progressive (Continuous) Forms

## Indicative

### Present

I | am assuming |

you | are assuming |

he;she;it | is assuming |

we | are assuming |

you | are assuming |

they | are assuming |

### Perfect

I | have been assuming |

you | have been assuming |

he;she;it | has been assuming |

we | have been assuming |

you | have been assuming |

they | have been assuming |

### Past

I | was assuming |

you | were assuming |

he;she;it | was assuming |

we | were assuming |

you | were assuming |

they | were assuming |

### Pluperfect

I | had been assuming |

you | had been assuming |

he;she;it | had been assuming |

we | had been assuming |

you | had been assuming |

they | had been assuming |

### Future

I | will be assuming |

you | will be assuming |

he;she;it | will be assuming |

we | will be assuming |

you | will be assuming |

they | will be assuming |

### Future perfect

I | will have been assuming |

you | will have been assuming |

he;she;it | will have been assuming |

we | will have been assuming |

you | will have been assuming |

they | will have been assuming |

## Conditional

### Present

I | would be assuming |

you | would be assuming |

he;she;it | would be assuming |

we | would be assuming |

you | would be assuming |

they | would be assuming |

### Perfect

I | would have been assuming |

you | would have been assuming |

he;she;it | would have been assuming |

we | would have been assuming |

you | would have been assuming |

they | would have been assuming |

## Verbs conjugated like assume

abacinate, abalienate, abase, abate, abbreviate, abdicate, abduce, aberrate, aberuncate, abirritate, abjudge, abjudicate, abjugate, abjure, ablactate, ablaqueate, able, ablegate, abligate, abnegate, **Only 20 verbs here? Read more!**

## Additional Information

## Phrasal Verbs

## Etymology

1436, "to receive up into heaven" (especially of the Virgin Mary, e.g. Feast of the Assumption, celebrated Aug. 15, attested from 1297), from L. assumere "to take up," from ad- "to, up" + sumere "to take," from sub "under" + emere "to take" (see exempt). Early pp. was assumpt. Meaning "to suppose" is first recorded 1598. In rhetorical usage, assume expresses what the assumer postulates, often as a confessed hypothesis; presume expresses what the presumer really believes.