Pay – Payer

retour aux verbes irréguliers

Infinitive: to pay
Present Participle: paying
Past Simple: paid
Past Participle: paid

Present
Present Simple I pay
You pay
He/She/It pays
We pay
They pay
Present Continuous I am paying
You are paying
He/She/It is paying
We are paying
They are paying
Present Perfect I have paid
You have paid
He/She/It has paid
We have paid
They have paid
Past
Past Simple I paid
You paid
He/She/It paid
We paid
They paid
Past Continuous I was paying
You were paying
He/She/It was paying
We were paying
They were paying
Past Perfect I had paid
You had paid
He/She/It had paid
We had paid
They had paid
Future
Future Simple I will pay
You will pay
He/She/It will pay
We will pay
They will pay
Future Continuous I will be paying
You will be paying
He/She/It will be paying
We will be paying
They will be paying
Future Perfect I will have paid
You will have paid
He/She/It will have paid
We will have paid
They will have paid
Conditional
First Same as Future Simple
Second I would pay
You would pay
He/She/It would pay
We would pay
They would pay
Third I would have paid
You would have paid
He/She/It would have paid
We would have paid
They would have paid

Useful language:
to pay attention – faire/prêter attention
to pay a visit – rendre visite, aller aux toilettes

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