Greek Verb “To Be” Conjugation (Είμαι, Ήμουν, Θα Είμαι)

The most common modern Greek verb is the verb “είμαι” (to be). The Greek verb “to be” has only three forms: one for the present, one for the future, and one for the past. There are no specific forms for every single modern Greek tense for the verb “είμαι”.

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Greek Verb “To Be” in the Present: Είμαι (I am)

εγώ είμαι

εσύ είσαι

αυτός-ή-ό είναι

εμείς είμαστε

εσείς είστε

αυτοί-ές-ά είναι

Greek Verb “To Be” in the Future: Θα Είμαι (I will be)

εγώ θα είμαι

εσύ θα είσαι

αυτός-ή-ό θα είναι

εμείς θα είμαστε

εσείς θα είστε

αυτοί-ές-ά θα είναι

Greek Verb “To Be” in the Past: Ήμουν (I was)

εγώ ήμουν

εσύ ήσουν

αυτός-ή-ό ήταν

εμείς ήμασταν

εσείς ήσασταν

αυτοί-ές-ά ήταν

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