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Vergangenheitsform des Verbes :

dig

Übersezung: hausen, wohnen, stoßen, graben, schubsen, buddeln, puffen, ausgraben, stark finden, ausheben, schippen, schaufeln, klauben, ziehen, ausschaufeln, ausstechen, auswerfen, umgraben, schnallen, wühlen, Ausgrabungen machen

Infinitive

dig

[dɪɡ]

Präteritum

dug

digged *

[dʌɡ]
[dɪɡd]

Partizip Perfekt

dug

digged *

[dʌɡ]
[dɪɡd]


* diese Form ist veraltet oder wird nur in speziellen Fällen oder bestimmten Dialekten benutzt

Konjugation des unregelmäßigen Verbes [dig]

Präsens
(Present)

I
dig 
you
dig 
he/she/it
digs 
we
dig 
you
dig 
they
dig 

Präsens Verlaufsform
(Present continuous)

I
am digging 
you
are digging 
he/she/it
is digging 
we
are digging 
you
are digging 
they
are digging 

Präteritum
(Simple past)

I
dug; digged 
you
dug; digged 
he/she/it
dug; digged 
we
dug; digged 
you
dug; digged 
they
dug; digged 

Perfekt Verlaufsform
(Past continuous)

I
was digging 
you
were digging 
he/she/it
was digging 
we
were digging 
you
were digging 
they
were digging 

Present Perfect
(Präsens)

I
have dug 
you
have dug 
he/she/it
has dug 
we
have dug 
you
have dug 
they
have dug 

Present continuous
(Futur)

I
have been digging 
you
have been digging 
he/she/it
has been digging 
we
have been digging 
you
have been digging 
they
have been digging 

Plusquamperfekt
(Past perfect)

I
had dug 
you
had dug 
he/she/it
had dug 
we
had dug 
you
had dug 
they
had dug 

Plusquamperfekt Verlaufsform
(Past perfect continuous)

I
had been digging 
you
had been digging 
he/she/it
had been digging 
we
had been digging 
you
had been digging 
they
had been digging 

Futur I
(Future)

I
will dig 
you
will dig 
he/she/it
will dig 
we
will dig 
you
will dig 
they
will dig 

Futur I Verlaufsform
(Future continuous)

I
will be digging 
you
will be digging 
he/she/it
will be digging 
we
will be digging 
you
will be digging 
they
will be digging 

Futur II
(Future perfect)

I
will have dug 
you
will have dug 
he/she/it
will have dug 
we
will have dug 
you
will have dug 
they
will have dug 

Futur II Verlaufsform
(Future perfect continuous)

I
will have been digging 
you
will have been digging 
he/she/it
will have been digging 
we
will have been digging 
you
will have been digging 
they
will have been digging 

Bedingungssatz
(Conditional)
des unregelmäßigen Verbes [dig]

Konditional Präsens
(Conditional present)

I
would dig 
you
would dig 
he/she/it
would dig 
we
would dig 
you
would dig 
they
would dig 

Konditional Präsens Verlaufsform
(Conditional present progressive)

I
would be digging 
you
would be digging 
he/she/it
would be digging 
we
would be digging 
you
would be digging 
they
would be digging 

Konditional Perfekt
(Conditional perfect)

I
would have dug 
you
would have dug 
he/she/it
would have dug 
we
would have dug 
you
would have dug 
they
would have dug 

Konditional Perfekt Verlaufsform
(Conditional perfect progressive)

I
would have been digging 
you
would have been digging 
he/she/it
would have been digging 
we
would have been digging 
you
would have been digging 
they
would have been digging 

Subjunktiv des unregelmäßigen Verbes [dig]

Subjunktiv Präsens
(Present subjunctive)

I
dig 
you
dig 
he/she/it
dig 
we
dig 
you
dig 
they
dig 

Subjunktiv Präteritum
(Past subjunctive)

I
dug; digged 
you
dug; digged 
he/she/it
dug; digged 
we
dug; digged 
you
dug; digged 
they
dug; digged 

Subjunktiv Perfekt
(Past perfect subjunctive)

I
had dug 
you
had dug 
he/she/it
had dug 
we
had dug 
you
had dug 
they
had dug 

Imperativ des unregelmäßigen Verbes [dig]

Imperativ

I
dig 
you
Let´s dig 
he/she/it
dig 
we
 
you
 
they
 

Partizip
(Participle)
des unregelmäßigen Verbes [dig]

Partizip Präsens
(Present participle)

I
digging 
you
 
he/she/it
 
we
 
you
 
they
 

Partizip Perfekt
(Past participle)

I
dug; digged 
you
 
he/she/it
 
we
 
you
 
they
 

Verb-Adverb-Verbindungen
(Phrasal verbs)
des unregelmäßigen Verbes [dig]

dig around

dig for

dig in

dig into

dig out

dig over

dig up











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