Conjugation of a Regular Verb

Tense                           Indicative Mood (Active Voice)

Present                         I stop, he stops, we stop, you stop, they stop

Present perfect              I have stopped, he has stopped, we have stopped, you have stopped,    they have stopped

Past                             I stopped, he stopped, we stopped, you stopped, they stopped

 

Tense                           Indicative Mood (Active Voice)

Past Perfect                  I had stopped, he had stopped, we had stopped, you had stopped, they

had stopped

Future Declarative         I shall stop, he will stop, we shall stop, you will stop, they will stop

Purposive                      I will stop, he shall stop, we will stop, you shall stop, they shall stop

Future perfect

Declarative                 I shall have stopped, he will have stopped, we shall have stopped, you will

have stopped, they will have stopped

Purposive                      I will have stopped, he shall have stopped, we will have stopped, you shall have stopped, they shall have stopped
 

Tense                           Subjunctive Mood (Active Voice)

 Present                         If: I stop, he stop, we stop, you stop, they stop

Present perfect              If: I have stopped, he has stopped, we have stopped, you have stopped,

they have stopped

Past                             If: I stopped, he stopped, we stopped, you stopped, they stopped

Past Perfect                  If: I had stopped, he had stopped, we had stopped, you had stopped, they had stopped
 

Tense                           Imperative Mood (Active Voice)

Present                         Stop (meaning: you stop!)

 

Note: The three principal parts of the regular verb stop are stop (present), stopped (past), and stopped (past participle). The past and past participle of regular verbs such as stop, call, look, and push are always formed by adding d or ed (push, pushed, pushed). See also COMMON IRREGULAR VERBS.