English: wake

English verb 'wake' conjugated in all tenses

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Nominal Forms

Infinitive: to wake
Participle: waked; woken
Gerund: waking

Indicative

Present

Iwake
youwake
he;she;itwakes
wewake
youwake
theywake

Perfect

Ihave waked; woken
youhave waked; woken
he;she;ithas waked; woken
wehave waked; woken
youhave waked; woken
theyhave waked; woken

Past

Iwaked; woke
youwaked; woke
he;she;itwaked; woke
wewaked; woke
youwaked; woke
theywaked; woke

Pluperfect

Ihad waked; woken
youhad waked; woken
he;she;ithad waked; woken
wehad waked; woken
youhad waked; woken
theyhad waked; woken

Future

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

Future perfect

Iwill have waked; woken
youwill have waked; woken
he;she;itwill have waked; woken
wewill have waked; woken
youwill have waked; woken
theywill have waked; woken

Subjunctive

Present

Iwake
youwake
he;she;itwake
wewake
youwake
theywake

Perfect

Ihave waked; woken
youhave waked; woken
he;she;ithave waked; woken
wehave waked; woken
youhave waked; woken
theyhave waked; woken

Imperfect

Iwaked; woke
youwaked; woke
he;she;itwaked; woke
wewaked; woke
youwaked; woke
theywaked; woke

Pluperfect

Ihad waked; woken
youhad waked; woken
he;she;ithad waked; woken
wehad waked; woken
youhad waked; woken
theyhad waked; woken

Conditional

Present

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

Perfect

Iwould have waked; woken
youwould have waked; woken
he;she;itwould have waked; woken
wewould have waked; woken
youwould have waked; woken
theywould have waked; woken

Imperative

youwake
weLet's wake
youwake

Progressive (Continuous) Forms

Indicative

Present

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

Perfect

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

Past

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

Pluperfect

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

Future

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

Future perfect

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

Conditional

Present

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

Perfect

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

Verbs conjugated like wake

wake,

Additional Information

The regular form is used in American English

Phrasal Verbs

Etymology

"to become awake," O.E. wacan "to become awake," also from wacian "to be or remain awake," both from P.Gmc. *waken (cf. O.S. wakon, O.N. vaka, Dan. vaage, O.Fris. waka, Du. waken, O.H.G. wahhen, Ger. wachen "to be awake," Goth. wakan "to watch"), from PIE base *weg- "to be strong, be lively" (cf. Skt. vajah "force, swiftness, race, prize," vajayati "drives on;" L. vegere, vigere "to be live, be active, quicken," vigil "awake, wakeful," vigor "liveliness, activity"). Causative sense "to rouse from sleep" is attested from c.1300. Phrase wake-up call is attested from 1976, originally a call one received from the hotel desk in the morning.