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