English: knit

English verb 'knit' conjugated in all tenses

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Nominal Forms

Infinitive: to knit
Participle: knitted; knit
Gerund: knitting

Indicative

Present

Iknit
youknit
he;she;itknits
weknit
youknit
theyknit

Perfect

Ihave knitted; knit; knitten
youhave knitted; knit; knitten
he;she;ithas knitted; knit; knitten
wehave knitted; knit; knitten
youhave knitted; knit; knitten
theyhave knitted; knit; knitten

Past

Iknitted; knit
youknitted; knit
he;she;itknitted; knit
weknitted; knit
youknitted; knit
theyknitted; knit

Pluperfect

Ihad knitted; knit; knitten
youhad knitted; knit; knitten
he;she;ithad knitted; knit; knitten
wehad knitted; knit; knitten
youhad knitted; knit; knitten
theyhad knitted; knit; knitten

Future

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

Future perfect

Iwill have knitted; knit; knitten
youwill have knitted; knit; knitten
he;she;itwill have knitted; knit; knitten
wewill have knitted; knit; knitten
youwill have knitted; knit; knitten
theywill have knitted; knit; knitten

Subjunctive

Present

Iknit
youknit
he;she;itknit
weknit
youknit
theyknit

Perfect

Ihave knitted; knit; knitten
youhave knitted; knit; knitten
he;she;ithave knitted; knit; knitten
wehave knitted; knit; knitten
youhave knitted; knit; knitten
theyhave knitted; knit; knitten

Imperfect

Iknitted; knit
youknitted; knit
he;she;itknitted; knit
weknitted; knit
youknitted; knit
theyknitted; knit

Pluperfect

Ihad knitted; knit; knitten
youhad knitted; knit; knitten
he;she;ithad knitted; knit; knitten
wehad knitted; knit; knitten
youhad knitted; knit; knitten
theyhad knitted; knit; knitten

Conditional

Present

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

Perfect

Iwould have knitted; knit; knitten
youwould have knitted; knit; knitten
he;she;itwould have knitted; knit; knitten
wewould have knitted; knit; knitten
youwould have knitted; knit; knitten
theywould have knitted; knit; knitten

Imperative

youknit
weLet's knit
youknit

Progressive (Continuous) Forms

Indicative

Present

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

Perfect

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

Past

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

Pluperfect

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

Future

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

Future perfect

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

Conditional

Present

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

Perfect

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

Verbs conjugated like knit

bet, knit, quit, shut, wet,

Additional Information

Cf. Old English weak verb cnyttan

Phrasal Verbs

Etymology

O.E. cnyttan "to tie with a knot, bind, fasten," related to O.N. knytja, M.L.G. kn├╝tten "to tie, knot," O.E. cnotta "a knot," from P.Gmc. *knuttjan, from stem *knutt-. Of brows, c.1386. Meaning "to do knitting" (especially plain stitch) is from 1530. Knitting "knitted work" attested from 1880.