Verb Conjugator

Fill in the infinitive. Don’t use any capital letters!

Here is a quick look at the different tenses and moods when used in a sentence.

Inidicative, Subjunctive, Conditional, Imperative

Bailar – to dance

bailas. You dance. (Present Indicative)

bailaste. You danced. (Preterit)

bailabas. You used to dance/were dancing/danced. (Imperfect)

bailarás. You will dance. (Future)

bailarías. You would dance. (Conditional)

has bailado. You have danced. (Present Perfect)

habías bailado. You had danced. (Past Perfect)

habrás bailado. You will have danced. (Future Perfect)

habrías bailado. You would have danced. (Conditional Perfect)

estás bailando. You are dancing. (Present Progressive)

estuviste bailando. You were dancing (at a particular time or event) (Preterit Progressive)

estabas bailando. You were dancing. (Imperfect Progressive)

estarás bailando. You will be dancing. (Future progressive)

estarías bailando. You would be dancing. (Conditional Progressive)

has estado bailando. You have been dancing. (Present Perfect Progressive)

habías estado bailando. You had been dancing. (Past Perfect Progressive)

habrás estado bailando. You will have been dancing. (Future Perfect Progressive)

habrías estado bailando. You would have been dancing. (Past Perfect Progressive)

Es bueno que tú bailes. It is good that you dance. (Present indicative / Present Subjunctive)

Es bueno que tú hayas bailadoIt is good that you have danced. (Present Indicative / Present Perfect Subjunctive)

Fue bueno que tú bailaras. It was good that you danced. (Imperfect indicative / Imperfect Subjunctive)

Fue Bueno que tú hubieras bailadoIt was good that you had danced.

Será bueno que tú hayas bailadoIt will be good that you have danced.

Será bueno que tú bailes. It will be good that you dance. (Future Indicative / Present Subjunctive)

Baila/No Bailes. Dance/Don´t dance. (Imperative/Command form)

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