Verbo "to admire" - coniugazione verbi inglesi

Infinito: to admire (admired|admired)

Verbo "to admire"

Present
I admire
you admire
he/she/it admires
we admire
you admire
they admire

Present continuous
I am admiring
you are admiring
he/she/it is admiring
we are admiring
you are admiring
they are admiring

Simple past
I admired
you admired
he/she/it admired
we admired
you admired
they admired

Past continuous
I was admiring
you were admiring
he/she/it was admiring
we were admiring
you were admiring
they were admiring

Present perfect
I have admired
you have admired
he/she/it has admired
we have admired
you have admired
they have admired

Present perfect continuous
I have been admiring
you have been admiring
he/she/it has been admiring
we have been admiring
you have been admiring
they have been admiring

Past perfect
I had admired
you had admired
he/she/it had admired
we had admired
you had admired
they had admired

Past perfect continuous
I had been admiring
you had been admiring
he/she/it had been admiring
we had been admiring
you had been admiring
they had been admiring

Future
I will admire
you will admire
he/she/it will admire
we will admire
you will admire
they will admire

Future continuous
I will be admiring
you will be admiring
he/she/it will be admiring
we will be admiring
you will be admiring
they will be admiring

Future perfect
I will have admired
you will have admired
he/she/it will have admired
we will have admired
you will have admired
they will have admired

Future perfect continuous
I will have been admiring
you will have been admiring
he/she/it will have been admiring
we will have been admiring
you will have been admiring
they will have been admiring

Conditional present
I would admire
you would admire
he/she/it would admire
we would admire
you would admire
they would admire

Conditional perfect
I would have admired
you would have admired
he/she/it would have admired
we would have admired
you would have admired
they would have admired

Conditional present progressive
I would be admiring
you would be admiring
he/she/it would be admiring
we would be admiring
you would be admiring
they would be admiring

Conditional perfect progressive
I would have been admiring
you would have been admiring
he/she/it would have been admiring
we would have been admiring
you would have been admiring
they would have been admiring

Present subjunctive
I admire
you admire
he/she/it admire
we admire
you admire
they admire

Past subjunctive
I admired
you admired
he/she/it admired
we admired
you admired
they admired

Past perfect subjunctive
I had admired
you had admired
he/she/it had admired
we had admired
you had admired
they had admired

Imperative
you admire
we Let´s admire
you admire

Present participle
admiring

Past participle
admired

Sinonimi

Sinonimi (inglese) per "admire":

Traduzione (Italiano) di "to admire"

Esempi di frasi (Inglese) con "to admire"

You will admire it.
We admire your determination.
I admire you for taking it on.
I know you and for this admire you.
We too often admire those buildings.
For my part, I admire your rhetorical skills.
As an advertising man, I have to admire that.
I admire you for your stamina, Commissioner.
I also admire the concept that you have produced.
Even when I disagree with her, I admire her.
And one must admire the imagination of John Locke.
Secondly, we all admire your presidency.
I suppose there is something in each of them that I admire.
That is the way to do it, and it is one I very much admire.
As adults we admire the lap from a nostalgic distance.
I admire Ireland's membership of and contribution to the Union.
We all admire presidents who congratulate rapporteurs.
In many respects I admire my own group's basic positions.
I admire Mr Cook for his condemnation of the slaughter in Kosovo.
I admire Mr Cook for his condemnation of the slaughter in Kosovo.
I admire Ireland's membership and contribution to the Union.
One thing you can do with a picture like this is simply admire it.
We could not agree, but I admire her as an opponent.
I sincerely admire the idealism of the rapporteur, Tadeusz Zwiefka.
I greatly admire your courage and this report, but it is not enough.
Nevertheless, we cannot fail to admire this age-old culture.
I also admire the good work done by Mrs McGuinness, the rapporteur.
We admire the United States ' contribution to freedom and peace in the world.
We admire the United States' contribution to freedom and peace in the world.
I admire the work you do and I hope you will perhaps reflect on your last sentence.
I genuinely admire Mr Paisley and respect the mandate he has received.
To finish, I would like to say that I admire the founding fathers more and more.
I genuinely admire Mr Paisley and respect the mandate he has received.
We cannot simply stand back and admire our handiwork.
We admire them, and we fear them, and yet, as man, we want to steal their power.
It creates a vibrant, energetic community where people admire and respect each other.
I can only admire the opportunistic hypocrisy of my Tory colleagues.
I admire the answer Mrs Parly gave this morning but we have turned a blind eye to that.
I must say that I admire the technicians and other people who have been criticised here.