Tenses

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

Please change verbs, keeping the same person:

mipayvandad, whose infinitive means "to join" (from the Present Indicative to the Simple Past)
payvast
payvaste ast
mipayvast

miistam, whose infinitive means "to stop" (from the Present Indicative to the Simple Past)
istādam
istādeam
miistādam

didi, whose infinitive means "to see" (from the Simple Past to the Present Indicative)
didei
mibini
mididi

shenidim, whose infinitive means "to hear" (from the Simple Past to the Present Indicative)
shenideim
mishenidim
mishnavim

mikhāhi, whose infinitive means "to want" (from the Present Indicative to the Simple Past)
mikhāsti
khāstei
khāsti

raftam, whose infinitive means "to go" (from the Simple Past to the Present Indicative)
rafteam
miraftam
miravam

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

afrākhtand, whose infinitive means "to exalt" (from the Simple Past to the Present Indicative)
afrākhteand
miafrāzand
miafrākhtand

rāndid, whose infinitive means "to drive" (from the Simple Past to the Present Indicative)
rāndeid
mirāndid
mirānid

tabdil mishavi, whose infinitive means "to change" (from the Present Indicative to the Simple Past)
tabdil mishodi
tabdil shodi
tabdil shodei




Persian Verb Conjugator

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