1529 English verbs and 842 Irish verbs conjugated and translated
  1. cheer verb
  2. cheered Verbal Adjective
  3. cheering Verbal Noun
present
  1. I cheer me english present
  2. you cheer you
  3. he cheers he
  4. she cheers she
  5. we cheer we
  6. you cheer you plural
  7. they cheer they
  8. cheer autonomous present
  9. he does not cheer negative present he
  10. does he cheer? question present he
past
  1. I cheered me english past
  2. you cheered you
  3. he cheered he
  4. she cheered she
  5. we cheered we
  6. you cheered you plural
  7. they cheered they
  8. cheered autonomous past
  9. he did not cheer negative past he
  10. did he cheer? question past he
future
  1. I will cheer me english future
  2. you will cheer you
  3. she will cheer she
  4. you will cheer you plural
  5. they will cheer they
  6. will cheer autonomous future
  7. he will not cheer negative future he
  8. will he cheer? question future he
past habitual
  1. I used to cheer me english past habitual
  2. you used to cheer you plural
  3. they used to cheer they
  4. used to cheer autonomous past habitual
  5. he used to not cheer negative past habitual he
  6. did he used to cheer? question past habitual he
conditional
  1. I would cheer me english conditional
  2. you would cheer you plural
  3. would cheer autonomous conditional
  4. he would not cheer negative conditional he
  5. would he cheer? question conditional he
subjunctive
  1. that I cheer; may I cheer me english subjunctive
  2. that you cheer; may you cheer you plural
  3. that cheer; may cheer autonomous subjunctive
  4. that he does not cheer; may he not cheer negative subjunctive he
  5. may he cheer? question subjunctive he
imperative
  1. cheer me english imperative
  2. cheer you
  3. cheer he
  4. cheer she
  5. let's cheer we
  6. cheer you plural
  7. cheer they
  8. cheer autonomous imperative
  9. don't cheer negative imperative