English: feel

English verb 'feel' conjugated in all tenses

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Nominal Forms

Infinitive: to feel
Participle: felt
Gerund: feeling

Indicative

Present

Ifeel
youfeel
he;she;itfeels
wefeel
youfeel
theyfeel

Perfect

Ihave felt
youhave felt
he;she;ithas felt
wehave felt
youhave felt
theyhave felt

Past

Ifelt
youfelt
he;she;itfelt
wefelt
youfelt
theyfelt

Pluperfect

Ihad felt
youhad felt
he;she;ithad felt
wehad felt
youhad felt
theyhad felt

Future

Iwill feel
youwill feel
he;she;itwill feel
wewill feel
youwill feel
theywill feel

Future perfect

Iwill have felt
youwill have felt
he;she;itwill have felt
wewill have felt
youwill have felt
theywill have felt

Subjunctive

Present

Ifeel
youfeel
he;she;itfeel
wefeel
youfeel
theyfeel

Perfect

Ihave felt
youhave felt
he;she;ithave felt
wehave felt
youhave felt
theyhave felt

Imperfect

Ifelt
youfelt
he;she;itfelt
wefelt
youfelt
theyfelt

Pluperfect

Ihad felt
youhad felt
he;she;ithad felt
wehad felt
youhad felt
theyhad felt

Conditional

Present

Iwould feel
youwould feel
he;she;itwould feel
wewould feel
youwould feel
theywould feel

Perfect

Iwould have felt
youwould have felt
he;she;itwould have felt
wewould have felt
youwould have felt
theywould have felt

Imperative

youfeel
weLet's feel
youfeel

Progressive (Continuous) Forms

Indicative

Present

Iam feeling
youare feeling
he;she;itis feeling
weare feeling
youare feeling
theyare feeling

Perfect

Ihave been feeling
youhave been feeling
he;she;ithas been feeling
wehave been feeling
youhave been feeling
theyhave been feeling

Past

Iwas feeling
youwere feeling
he;she;itwas feeling
wewere feeling
youwere feeling
theywere feeling

Pluperfect

Ihad been feeling
youhad been feeling
he;she;ithad been feeling
wehad been feeling
youhad been feeling
theyhad been feeling

Future

Iwill be feeling
youwill be feeling
he;she;itwill be feeling
wewill be feeling
youwill be feeling
theywill be feeling

Future perfect

Iwill have been feeling
youwill have been feeling
he;she;itwill have been feeling
wewill have been feeling
youwill have been feeling
theywill have been feeling

Conditional

Present

Iwould be feeling
youwould be feeling
he;she;itwould be feeling
wewould be feeling
youwould be feeling
theywould be feeling

Perfect

Iwould have been feeling
youwould have been feeling
he;she;itwould have been feeling
wewould have been feeling
youwould have been feeling
theywould have been feeling

Verbs conjugated like feel

creep, feel, keep, lose, oversleep, sleep, sweep, weep,

Additional Information

Cf. Old English regular verb fēlan.

Etymology

O.E. felan "to touch," from Gmc. *folijanan (cf. Du. voelen, Ger. fühlen "to feel," O.N. falma "to grope"), from PIE base *(s)pol-/*(s)pal- "to strike softly" (cf. Gk. psallein "to pluck (the harp)," L. palpare "to touch softly, stroke," palpitare "to move quickly"). The sense in O.E. was "to perceive through senses which are not referred to any special organ." Sense of "be conscious of a sensation or emotion" developed by c.1290; that of "to have sympathy or compassion" is from 1605; feeling (n.) "emotion" is first recorded 1369; feelings "tender or sensitive side of one's nature" is 1771. Noun sense of "sexual grope" is from 1932; from verbal phrase to feel (someone) up (1930).