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