Tenses

There are 20 questions in this test. Answer the first 10:

Please change verbs, keeping the same person:

miziam, whose infinitive means "to live" (from the Present Indicative to the Simple Past)
zisteam
mizistam
zistam

miāzāri, whose infinitive means "to torment" (from the Present Indicative to the Simple Past)
āzordei
āzordi
miāzordi

rānd, whose infinitive means "to drive" (from the Simple Past to the Present Indicative)
rānde ast
mirānad
mirānd

goshudim, whose infinitive means "to become opened" (from the Simple Past to the Present Indicative)
goshudeim
migoshudim
migoshāyim

koshtand, whose infinitive means "to kill" (from the Simple Past to the Present Indicative)
mikoshand
koshteand
mikoshtand

shodand, whose infinitive means "to become" (from the Simple Past to the Present Indicative)
mishodand
mishavand
shodeand

mifeshārand, whose infinitive means "to press" (from the Present Indicative to the Simple Past)
feshordand
mifeshordand
feshordeand

nahādam, whose infinitive means "to lay" (from the Simple Past to the Present Indicative)
nahādeam
minaham
minahādam

farmud, whose infinitive means "to say" (from the Simple Past to the Present Indicative)
mifarmud
farmude ast
mifarmāyad

midari, whose infinitive means "to tear" (from the Present Indicative to the Simple Past)
daridi
midaridi
daridei




Persian Verb Conjugator

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