Swedish, all forms: vara

Swedish, all forms verb 'vara' conjugated in all tenses

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Nominal Forms

Infinitive: vara
Supine: varit
Gerund: varande

Indicative

Present

jagär
duär
han;honär
viär
niär
deär

Perfect

jaghar varit
duhar varit
han;honhar varit
vihar varit
nihar varit
dehar varit

Past

jagvar
duvar
han;honvar
vivar
nivar
devar

Pluperfect

jaghade varit
duhade varit
han;honhade varit
vihade varit
nihade varit
dehade varit

Future

jagskall vara
duskall vara
han;honskall vara
viskall vara
niskall vara
deskall vara

Future perfect

jagskall ha varit
duskall ha varit
han;honskall ha varit
viskall ha varit
niskall ha varit
deskall ha varit

Conjunctive

Present

jagmå vara
dumå vara
han;honmå vara
vimå vara
nimå vara
demå vara

Present

jagmå ha varit
dumå ha varit
han;honmå ha varit
vimå ha varit
nimå ha varit
demå ha varit

Past

jagvore
duvore
han;honvore
vivore
nivore
devore

Pluperfect

jagskulle ha varit
duskulle ha varit
han;honskulle ha varit
viskulle ha varit
niskulle ha varit
deskulle ha varit

Conditional

Present

jagskulle vara
duskulle vara
han;honskulle vara
viskulle vara
niskulle vara
deskulle vara

Perfect

jagskulle ha varit
duskulle ha varit
han;honskulle ha varit
viskulle ha varit
niskulle ha varit
deskulle ha varit

Imperative

duvar
viLåt oss vara
nivar

Verbs conjugated like vara

vara,

Translations

Swedish verb "vara"

(archaic) used to form the perfect aspect with certain intransitive verbs

  • English: be.

Elliptical form of "be here", or similar

  • English: be.

Endure, continue over time

Exist

  • English: be.

Have its front closest to

Occupy a place

  • English: be.

Occur, take place

  • English: be.

To be composed (of)

To hold out

Used to connect a noun to an adjective that describes it

  • English: be.

Used to indicate age

  • English: be.

Used to indicate height

  • English: be.

Used to indicate temperature

  • English: be.

Used to indicate that the subject and object are the same

  • English: be.

Used to indicate that the subject has the qualities described by a noun or noun phrase

  • English: be.

Used to indicate that the subject plays the role of the predicate nominative

  • English: be.

Used to indicate that the values on either side of an equation are the same

  • English: be.

Used to indicate time of day, day of the week, or date

  • English: be.

Used to indicate weather, air quality, or the like

  • English: be.

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