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Vocabolario e frasi
* - E con che faccia potrei io chieder a Dio qualcosa per me , quando v'avessi abbandonata ? voi in questo stato ! voi , ch'Egli mi confida ! Non vi perdete d'animo: Egli v'assisterà: Egli vede tutto: Egli può servirsi anche d'un uomo da nulla come son io , per confondere un . . .Vediamo , pensiamo quel che si possa fare .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Lei può , con una parola , confonder coloro , restituire al diritto la sua forza , e sollevar quelli a cui è fatta una così crudel violenza .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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- Basta . . .ma non potete credere quanto mi sia dispiaciuto di non saper bene tutta la storia , per confonder colei .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Frattanto Tonio e , a un suo cenno , Gervaso , si piantaron ritti davanti al tavolino , in maniera d'impedire allo scrivente la vista dell'uscio ; e , come per ozio , andavano stropicciando , co' piedi , il pavimento , per dar segno a quei ch'erano fuori , d'entrare , e per confondere nello stesso tempo il rumore delle loro pedate .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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Renzo ammutolisce , diventa piccino piccino , vorrebbe sparire ; alcuni suoi vicini lo prendono in mezzo ; e con alte e diverse grida cercano di confondere quelle voci nemiche e omicide .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Hanno poi anche un'altra malizia ; che , quando vogliono imbrogliare un povero figliuolo , che non abbia studiato , ma che abbia un po' di . . .so io quel che voglio dire . . .- e , per farsi intendere , andava picchiando , e come arietando la fronte con la punta dell'indice ; - e s'accorgono che comincia a capir l'imbroglio , taffete , buttan dentro nel discorso qualche parola in latino , per fargli perdere il filo , per confondergli la testa .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Dopo qualche momento d'una lotta così angosciosa , parve che s'acquietasse ; allentò le braccia , lasciò cader la testa all'indietro , alzò a stento le palpebre , tenendo l'occhio immobile ; e quegli orridi visacci che le stavan davanti le parvero confondersi e ondeggiare insieme in un mescuglio mostruoso: le fuggì il colore dal viso ; un sudor freddo glielo coprì ; s'abbandonò , e svenne .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* E se viene in visita anche alla mia parrocchia ! . . .Oh ! sarà quel che sarà ; non vo' confondermi prima del tempo: n'ho abbastanza de' guai .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* - Io non vi chiedevo una lode , che mi fa tremare , - disse Federigo , - perché Dio conosce i miei mancamenti , e quello che ne conosco anch'io , basta a confondermi .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* E cercando la maniera d'evitare quest'orribile sorte , sentiva i suoi pensieri confondersi e oscurarsi , sentiva avvicinarsi il momento che non avrebbe più testa , se non quanto bastasse per darsi alla disperazione .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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Venerina vide accanto allo zio un giovine di statura gigantesca, straniero all'aspetto, biondo, e dal volto un po' affumicato, che reggeva sotto il braccio una cassetta; poi chinò gli occhi su la barella, che i marinaj, per riprender fiato, avevano deposta presso l'entrata, e domandò: - Chi è? Che è avvenuto? - Pesce di nuovo genere, non ti confondere! - le rispose don Pietro, promovendo il sorriso dei marinaj che s'asciugavano la fronte.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Egli non pensò piú che al bambino, come salvarlo insieme con sé, fuori, fuori di quella trista casa dove tanta agiatezza, chi sa come, chi sa donde era entrata, per finir di confonderlo: mobili, tende, tappeti, stoviglie, tutto quell'arredo, se non proprio di lusso, certo costoso.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Non mi ha tradito in tanti anni, e dovrebbe confondersi per un altro pajo di mesi - e poniamo - quattro, sei? Ma no: ella avrebbe pazienza, ne son sicuro, anche se tirassi avanti, cosí, ancora un anno.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Voi, se dovete confondermi con le tante delle quali vi resta appena un’imagine languida in mente, sia pur così: ma non mi disprezzate, Giovanni; non mi calunniate nel vostro pensiero. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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Si fermava a veder la luna spuntare, rosseggiante a fior d’acqua quasi vela infiammata, e alzandosi lentamente, cadere a piombo una colonna di fuoco sull’onde che paiono, dal raggio quasi da tromba tirate in alto, confondersi coll’orizzonte; poi vedere la colonna di luce che si fa più chiara e si stende rotta qua e là, e si frange alle rive e si sparpaglia in fasci di raggi e scintille. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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Siccome Luisa si era levata, fosse pure con certi temperamenti, contro lui e contro Dio, gli faceva comodo di confondere in cuor suo la propria causa con quella dell'altro muto, terribile Offeso. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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— Forse — rispondeva la donna, aguzzando il suo sorriso che il velo pareva confondere e quasi fumeggiare nei mobili riflessi, di sotto alle due ali ferrugigne che le coprivano gli orecchi inserite nel suo cappello a guisa d'elmetto intessuto d'una paglia larga e forte come trùcioli di frassino. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Era ebro di passato ma provava un piacere quasi malsano nel mescolare le cose vive alle cose morte, nel confondere le due eleganze, nel frugare le due intimità. Ella lo secondava, quasi per una volontà d'inesistenza, con le ciglia senza palpito e col sorriso durevole dei ritratti magnetici. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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* Vi fu chi si propose di confondersi in Dio — mistici , asceti , santi — ma di rientrare in Dio , come parte , gocciola , atomo di un' infinita divinità che tutti genera e raccoglie , emette e riassorbe col ritmo del suo respiro . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* E anche se riuscissi , anche se buttassi in faccia a tutti voialtri che m'avete disprezzato , angosciato , sbeffeggiato , strapazzato , perseguitato e ignorato l'opera che sognai e desiderai , il capolavoro che facesse piangere i vostri asciutti occhi di avari e chiudesse le vostre bocche oscenamente irridenti e facesse trabalzare il placido cuoricino che avete ormai dimenticato sotto il corpetto ; se arrivassi , insomma , a confondervi , sconfiggervi e stravincervi colla forza prepotente e balenante del mio genio , che cosa mi dareste , cosa mi potreste offrire , in che modo pensereste ricompensarmi ? Tutte le storie del dolore degli uomini son piene della vostra riconoscenza . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* La colpa è in me : son troppo freddo per potermi veramente confondere con voi come l'amante con — 235 — ramata . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* No : sappiatelo per un'altra volta : non sta bene confondere il silenzio colla morte e il raccoglimento colla fine e la preparazione col suicidio . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* E , per compiacerle , Ada raccontò di quelle donne presidentesse , giornaliste , segretarie e propagandiste politiche che salivano il pulpito per parlare a centinaia di persone senz’arrossire e senza confondersi quando venivano interrotte o vedevano confutati i loro argomenti .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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abbarbagliare
= verbo trans. abbagliare intensamente o all'improvviso confondere , frastornare
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bandolo
= il capo della matassa perdere il bandolo , confondersi trovare il bandolo di un problema , di una questione , trovarne la soluzione.
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confondibile
= che si può confondere, che può essere confuso.
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confuso part. pass. di confondere
= disordinato, messo alla rinfusa
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impappinare
= verbo transitivo , far confondere qualcuno in modo che non riesca a raccapezzarsi
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inconfondibile
= che non si può confondere
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ingarbugliare
= verbo transitivo , mescolare più cose e confonderle in modo che non sia facile riordinarle
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rimischiarsi
= verbo riflessivo mischiarsi, confondersi di nuovo
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sconfondere
= verbo transitivo confondere grandemente .
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tourbillon
= nel gioco del calcio , attacco collettivo condotto con rapidi e ripetuti spostamenti degli attaccanti per confondere la difesa avversaria
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
know what would become of her, for she is very ill indeed, and suffers
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officers, who, in comparison with the stranger, were become "stupid,
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and improve himself by such an example as hers, he might become a very
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* "Good Heaven! what is to become of us? What are we to do?" would they
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who, I believe, will soon become a part of the family.
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* "What could become of Mr. Bingley and Jane!" was a wonder which
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Lord! What will become of me. I shall go distracted.
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Elizabeth must now become acquainted with whatever of his ingratitude
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waistcoat had become more and more developed; inch by inch had the gold
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he had become enfeebled by dissipation and emaciated by disease, he had
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* 'Five or six years passed away; the boy had become a robust and
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that world, which has become odious to me. Should I hasten from it
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but only dreading that I might one day become so! And how I used to
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'"And what's become of the others, Sir?" asked Tom Smart--
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attached to somebody, or perfectly ready to become so, if opportunity
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minits by the clock." "And wot 'ud become o' me if you WOS struck with
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and quiet spot had become a scene of most extraordinary life and
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to wonder what had become of him, half a dozen fresh ones started up,
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'Wot 'ud become of the undertakers vithout it, Sammy?'
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'And wot's to become o' the bis'ness?' inquired Sam. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'But, dear Mr. Pickwick, what is to become of Nathaniel if his father
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'You don't happen to know, do you, what has become of another friend of
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* 'I hope they may become so,' replied Mr. Pickwick. 'What do you think?
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o' five-and-twenty in you still, what 'ud become on you vithout me? It
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offspring; but he has become used to it now, and officiates as a matter
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seemed extraordinary that when he had become a sort of saint he should
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certainly another man in armour. And what has become of him?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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round face had become rather a red face with the heat of his contempt
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conventional. They become criminals out of sheer conventionality.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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applied to become a member of
= chiesto di diventare membro di ,
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applies to become a member of
= chiede di diventare membro di ,
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apply to become a member of
= chiedere di diventare membro di ,
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applying to become a member of
= chiedendo di diventare membro di ,
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his bad manners have become a byword
= la sua maleducazione è diventata proverbiale,
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Coniugazione:2 - confondere
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io confondo
tu confondi
egli confonde
noi confondiamo
voi confondete
essi confondono
Imperfetto
io confondevo
tu confondevi
egli confondeva
noi confondevamo
voi confondevate
essi confondevano
Passato remoto
io confusi
tu confondésti
egli confuse
noi confondémmo
voi confondéste
essi confusero
Passato prossimo
io ho confuso
tu hai confuso
egli ha confuso
noi abbiamo confuso
voi avete confuso
essi hanno confuso
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo confuso
tu avevi confuso
egli aveva confuso
noi avevamo confuso
voi avevate confuso
essi avevano confuso
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi confuso
tu avesti confuso
egli ebbe confuso
noi avemmo confuso
voi eveste confuso
essi ebbero confuso
Futuro semplice
io confonderò
tu confonderai
egli confonderà
noi confonderemo
voi confonderete
essi confonderanno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò confuso
tu avrai confuso
egli avrà confuso
noi avremo confuso
voi avrete confuso
essi avranno confuso
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io confonda
che tu confonda
che egli confonda
che noi confondiamo
che voi confondiate
che essi confondano
Passato
che io abbia confuso
che tu abbia confuso
che egli abbia confuso
che noi abbiamo confuso
che voi abbiate confuso
che essi abbiano confuso
Imperfetto
che io confondéssi
che tu confondéssi
che egli confondésse
che noi confondéssimo
che voi confondéste
che essi confondéssero
Trapassato
che io avessi confuso
che tu avessi confuso
che egli avesse confuso
che noi avessimo confuso
che voi aveste confuso
che essi avessero confuso
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io confonderei
tu confonderesti
egli confonderebbe
noi confonderemmo
voi confondereste
essi confonderebbero
Passato
io avrei confuso
tu avresti confuso
egli avrebbe confuso
noi avremmo confuso
voi avreste confuso
essi avrebbero confuso
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
confondi
confonda
confondiamo
confondete
confondano
Futuro
-
confonderai
confonderà
confonderemo
confonderete
confonderanno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
confonder
Passato
essersi confuso
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
confondente
Passato
confuso
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
confondendo
Passato
avendo confuso
Verb: to become-became-become
Ausiliar: to have - intransitivo/transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I become confuse
you become confuse
he/she/it becomes confuse
we become confuse
you become confuse
they become confuse
Simple past
I became confuse
you became confuse
he/she/it became confuse
we became confuse
you became confuse
they became confuse
Simple past
I became confuse
you became confuse
he/she/it became confuse
we became confuse
you became confuse
they became confuse
Present perfect
I have become confuse
you have become confuse
he/she/it has become confuse
we have become confuse
you have become confuse
they have become confuse
Past perfect
I had become confuse
you had become confuse
he/she/it had become confuse
we had become confuse
you had become confuse
they had become confuse
Past perfect
I had become confuse
you had become confuse
he/she/it had become confuse
we had become confuse
you had become confuse
they had become confuse
Simple future
I will become confuse
you will become confuse
he/she/it will become confuse
we will become confuse
you will become confuse
they will become confuse
Future perfect
I will have become confuse
you will have become confuse
he/she/it will have become confuse
we will have become confuse
you will have become confuse
they will have become confuse
Present continuous
I am becoming confuse
you are becoming confuse
he/she/it is becoming confuse
we are becoming confuse
you are becoming confuse
they are becoming confuse
Past simple continuous
I was becoming confuse
you were becoming confuse
he/she/it was becoming confuse
we were becoming confuse
you were becoming confuse
they were becoming confuse
Future continuous
I will be becoming confuse
you will be becoming confuse
he/she/it will be becoming confuse
we will be becoming confuse
you will be becoming confuse
they will be becoming confuse
Future perfect continuous
I will have been becoming confuse
you will have been becoming confuse
he/she/it will have been becoming confuse
we will have been becoming confuse
you will have been becoming confuse
they will have been becoming confuse
Present perfect continuous
I have been becoming confuse
you have been becoming confuse
he/she/it has been becoming confuse
we have been becoming confuse
you have been becoming confuse
they have been becoming confuse
Past perfect continuous
I had been becoming confuse
you had been becoming confuse
he/she/it had been becoming confuse
we had been becoming confuse
you had been becoming confuse
they had been becoming confuse
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I become confuse
That you become confuse
That he/she/it become confuse
That we become confuse
That you become confuse
That they become confuse
Present perfect
That I have become confuse
That you have become confuse
That he/she/it have become confuse
That we have become confuse
That you have become confuse
That they have become confuse
Simple past
That I became confuse
That you became confuse
That he/she/it became confuse
That we became confuse
That you became confuse
That they became confuse
Past perfect
That I had become confuse
That you had become confuse
That he/she/it had become confuse
That we had become confuse
That you had become confuse
That they had become confuse
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would become confuse
you would become confuse
we would become confuse
we would become confuse
you would become confuse
they would become confuse
Past
I would have become
you would have become
he/she/it would have become
we would have become
you would have become
they would have become
Present continous
I would be becoming confuse
you would be becoming confuse
we would be becoming confuse
we would be becoming confuse
you would be becoming confuse
they would be becoming confuse
Past continous
I would have been becoming
you would have been becoming
he/she/it would have been becoming
we would have been becoming
you would have been becoming
they would have been becoming
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me become confuse
become confuse
let him become confuse
let us become confuse
become confuse
let them become confuse
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to become
Past
to have become
Present continous
to be becoming
Perfect continous
to have been becoming
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
becoming
Past
become
Perfect
having become
Affermative - GERUND
Present
becoming
Past
having become
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not become confuse
you do not become confuse
he/she/it does not becomes confuse
we do not become confuse
you do not become confuse
they do not become confuse
Simple past
I did not become confuse
you did not become confuse
he/she/it did not become confuse
we did not become confuse
you did not become confuse
they did not become confuse
Simple past
I did not become confuse
you did not become confuse
he/she/it did not become confuse
we did not become confuse
you did not become confuse
they did not become confuse
Present perfect
I have not become confuse
you have not become confuse
he/she/it has not become confuse
we have not become confuse
you have not become confuse
they have not become confuse
Past perfect
I had not become confuse
you had not become confuse
he/she/it had not become confuse
we had not become confuse
you had not become confuse
they had not become confuse
Past perfect
I had not become confuse
you had not become confuse
he/she/it had not become confuse
we had not become confuse
you had not become confuse
they had not become confuse
Simple future
I will not become confuse
you will not become confuse
he/she/it will not become confuse
we will not become confuse
you will not become confuse
they will not become confuse
Future perfect
I will not have become confuse
you will not have become confuse
he/she/it will not have become confuse
we will not have become confuse
you will not have become confuse
they will not have become confuse
Present continuous
I am not becoming confuse
you are not becoming confuse
he/she/it is not becoming confuse
we are not becoming confuse
you are not becoming confuse
they are not becoming confuse
Past simple continuous
I was not becoming confuse
you were not becoming confuse
he/she/it was not becoming confuse
we were not becoming confuse
you were not becoming confuse
they were not becoming confuse
Future continuous
I will not be becoming confuse
you will not be becoming confuse
he/she/it will not be becoming confuse
we will not be becoming confuse
you will not be becoming confuse
they will not be becoming confuse
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been becoming confuse
you will not have been becoming confuse
he/she/it will not have been becoming confuse
we will not have been becoming confuse
you will not have been becoming confuse
they will not have been becoming confuse
Present perfect continuous
I have not been becoming confuse
you have not been becoming confuse
he/she/it has not been becoming confuse
we have not been becoming confuse
you have not been becoming confuse
they have not been becoming confuse
Past perfect continuous
I had not been becoming confuse
you had not been becoming confuse
he/she/it had not been becoming confuse
we had not been becoming confuse
you had not been becoming confuse
they had not been becoming confuse
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not become confuse
That you do not become confuse
That he/she/it does not become confuse
That we do not become confuse
That you do not become confuse
That they do not become confuse
Present perfect
That I have not become confuse
That you have not become confuse
That he/she/it have not become confuse
That we have not become confuse
That you have not become confuse
That they have not become confuse
Simple past
That I did not become confuse
That you did not become confuse
That he/she/it did not become confuse
That we did not become confuse
That you did not become confuse
That they did not become confuse
Past perfect
That I had not become confuse
That you had not become confuse
That he/she/it had not become confuse
That we had not become confuse
That you had not become confuse
That they had not become confuse
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not become confuse
you would not become confuse
we would not become confuse
we would not become confuse
you would not become confuse
they would not become confuse
Past
I would not have become
you would not have become
he/she/it would not have become
we would not have become
you would not have become
they would not have become
Present continous
I would not be becoming confuse
you would not be becoming confuse
we would not be becoming confuse
we would not be becoming confuse
you would not be becoming confuse
they would not be becoming confuse
Past continous
I would not have been becoming
you would not have been becoming
he/she/it would not have been becoming
we would not have been becoming
you would not have been becoming
they would not have been becoming
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me become confuse
do not become confuse
do not let him become confuse
do not let us become confuse
do not become confuse
do not let them become confuse
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to become
Past
not to have become
Present continous
not to be becoming
Perfect continous
not to have been becoming
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not becoming
Past
not become
Perfect
not having become
Negative - GERUND
Present
not becoming
Past
not having become
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I become confuse?
do you become confuse?
does she/he/it becomes confuse?
do we become confuse?
do you become confuse?
do they become confuse?
Simple past
did I become confuse?
did you become confuse?
did she/he/it become confuse?
did we become confuse?
did you become confuse?
did they become confuse?
Simple past
did I become confuse?
did you become confuse?
did she/he/it become confuse?
did we become confuse?
did you become confuse?
did they become confuse?
Present perfect
have I become confuse?
have you become confuse?
has she/he/it become confuse?
have we become confuse?
have you become confuse?
have they become confuse?
Past perfect
had I become confuse?
had you become confuse?
had she/he/it become confuse?
had we become confuse?
had you become confuse?
had they become confuse?
Past perfect
had I become confuse?
had you become confuse?
had she/he/it become confuse?
had we become confuse?
had you become confuse?
had they become confuse?
Simple future
will I become confuse?
will you become confuse?
will she/he/it become confuse?
will we become confuse?
will you become confuse?
will they become confuse?
Future perfect
will I have become confuse?
will you have become confuse?
will she/he/it have become confuse?
will we have become confuse?
will you have become confuse?
will they have become confuse?
Present continuous
am I becoming confuse?
are you becoming confuse?
is she/he/it becoming confuse?
are we becoming confuse?
are you becoming confuse?
are they becoming confuse?
Past simple continuous
was I becoming confuse?
were you becoming confuse?
was she/he/it becoming confuse?
were we becoming confuse?
were you becoming confuse?
were they becoming confuse?
Future continuous
will I be becoming confuse?
will you be becoming confuse?
will she/he/it be becoming confuse?
will we be becoming confuse?
will you be becoming confuse?
will they be becoming confuse?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been becoming confuse?
will you have been becoming confuse?
will she/he/it have been becoming confuse?
will we have been becoming confuse?
will you have been becoming confuse?
will they have been becoming confuse?
Present perfect continuous
have I been becoming confuse?
have you been becoming confuse?
has she/he/it been becoming confuse?
have we been becoming confuse?
have you been becoming confuse?
have they been becoming confuse?
Past perfect continuous
had I been becoming confuse?
had you been becoming confuse?
had she/he/it been becoming confuse?
had we been becoming confuse?
had you been becoming confuse?
had they been becoming confuse?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I become confuse?
That do you become confuse?
That does she/he/it become confuse?
That do we become confuse?
That do you become confuse?
That do they become confuse?
Present perfect
That have I become confuse?
That have you become confuse?
That have she/he/it become confuse?
That have we become confuse?
That have you become confuse?
That have they become confuse?
Simple past
That did I become confuse?
That did you become confuse?
That did she/he/it become confuse?
That did we become confuse?
That did you become confuse?
That did they become confuse?
Past perfect
That had I become confuse?
That had you become confuse?
That had she/he/it become confuse?
That had we become confuse?
That had you become confuse?
That had they become confuse?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I become confuse?
would you become confuse?
would she/he/it become confuse?
would we become confuse?
would you become confuse?
would they become confuse?
Past
would I have become?
would you have become?
would she/he/it have become?
would we have become?
would you have become?
would they have become?
Present continous
would I be becoming confuse?
would you be becoming confuse?
would she/he/it be becoming confuse?
would we be becoming confuse?
would you be becoming confuse?
would they be becoming confuse?
Past continous
would I have been becoming?
would you have been becoming?
would she/he/it have been becoming?
would we have been becoming?
would you have been becoming?
would they have been becoming?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not become confuse?
do you not become confuse?
does she/he/it not becomes confuse?
do we not become confuse?
do you not become confuse?
do they not become confuse?
Simple past
did I not become confuse?
did you not become confuse?
did she/he/it not become confuse?
did we not become confuse?
did you not become confuse?
did they not become confuse?
Simple past
did I not become confuse?
did you not become confuse?
did she/he/it not become confuse?
did we not become confuse?
did you not become confuse?
did they not become confuse?
Present perfect
have I not become confuse?
have you not become confuse?
has she/he/it not become confuse?
have we not become confuse?
have you not become confuse?
have they not become confuse?
Past perfect
had I not become confuse?
had you not become confuse?
had she/he/it not become confuse?
had we not become confuse?
had you not become confuse?
had they not become confuse?
Past perfect
had I not become confuse?
had you not become confuse?
had she/he/it not become confuse?
had we not become confuse?
had you not become confuse?
had they not become confuse?
Simple future
will I not become confuse?
will you not become confuse?
will she/he/it not become confuse?
will we not become confuse?
will you not become confuse?
will they not become confuse?
Future perfect
will I not have become confuse?
will you not have become confuse?
will she/he/it not have become confuse?
will we not have become confuse?
will you not have become confuse?
will they not have become confuse?
Present continuous
am I not becoming confuse?
are you not becoming confuse?
is she/he/it not becoming confuse?
are we not becoming confuse?
are you not becoming confuse?
are they not becoming confuse?
Past simple continuous
was I not becoming confuse?
were you not becoming confuse?
was she/he/it not becoming confuse?
were we not becoming confuse?
were you not becoming confuse?
were they not becoming confuse?
Future continuous
will I not be becoming confuse?
will you not be becoming confuse?
will she/he/it not be becoming confuse?
will we not be becoming confuse?
will you not be becoming confuse?
will they not be becoming confuse?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been becoming confuse?
will you not have been becoming confuse?
will she/he/it not have been becoming confuse?
will we not have been becoming confuse?
will you not have been becoming confuse?
will they not have been becoming confuse?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been becoming confuse?
have you not been becoming confuse?
has she/he/it not been becoming confuse?
have we not been becoming confuse?
have you not been becoming confuse?
have they not been becoming confuse?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been becoming confuse?
had you not been becoming confuse?
had she/he/it not been becoming confuse?
had we not been becoming confuse?
had you not been becoming confuse?
had they not been becoming confuse?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not become confuse?
That do you not become confuse?
That does she/he/it not become confuse?
That do we not become confuse?
That do you not become confuse?
That do they not become confuse?
Present perfect
That have I not become confuse?
That have you not become confuse?
That have she/he/it not become confuse?
That have we not become confuse?
That have you not become confuse?
That have they not become confuse?
Simple past
That did I not become confuse?
That did you not become confuse?
That did she/he/it not become confuse?
That did we not become confuse?
That did you not become confuse?
That did they not become confuse?
Past perfect
That had I not become confuse?
That had you not become confuse?
That had she/he/it not become confuse?
That had we not become confuse?
That had you not become confuse?
That had they not become confuse?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not become confuse?
would you not become confuse?
would she/he/it not become confuse?
would we not become confuse?
would you not become confuse?
would they not become confuse?
Past
would I not have become?
would you not have become?
would she/he/it not have become?
would we not have become?
would you not have become?
would they not have become?
Present continous
would I not be becoming confuse?
would you not be becoming confuse?
would she/he/it not be becoming confuse?
would we not be becoming confuse?
would you not be becoming confuse?
would they not be becoming confuse?
Past continous
would I not have been becoming?
would you not have been becoming?
would she/he/it not have been becoming?
would we not have been becoming?
would you not have been becoming?
would they not have been becoming?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present