Dig – bêcher, creuser, kiffer

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Infinitive: to dig
Present Participle: digging
Past Simple: dug
Past Participle: dug

Present
Present Simple I dig
You dig
He/She/It digs
We dig
They dig
Present Continuous I am digging
You are digging
He/She/It is digging
We are digging
They are digging
Present Perfect I have dug
You have dug
He/She/It has dug
We have dug
They have dug
Past
Past Simple I dug
You dug
He/She/It dug
We dug
They dug
Past Continuous I was digging
You were digging
He/She/It was digging
We were digging
They were digging
Past Perfect I had dug
You had dug
He/She/It had dug
We had dug
They had dug
Future
Future Simple I will dig
You will dig
He/She/It will dig
We will dig
They will dig
Future Continuous I will be digging
You will be digging
He/She/It will be digging
We will be digging
They will be digging
Future Perfect I will have dug
You will have dug
He/She/It will have dug
We will have dug
They will have dug
Conditional
First Same as Future Simple
Second I would dig
You would dig
He/She/It would dig
We would dig
They would dig
Third I would have dug
You would have dug
He/She/It would have dug
We would have dug
They would have dug

Useful language:
can you dig it? Tu le kiffes?
dig one’s heels in – s’obstiner
to take/have a dig at someone – critiquer, provoquer

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