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Indicative
Simple presentPresent progressive
I panel I am paneling | panelling
you panel you are paneling | panelling
he/​she/​it panels he/​she/​it is paneling | panelling
we panel we are paneling | panelling
you panel you are paneling | panelling
they panel they are paneling | panelling
Simple pastPast progressive
I paneled | panelled I was paneling | panelling
you paneled | panelled you were paneling | panelling
he/​she/​it paneled | panelled he/​she/​it was paneling | panelling
we paneled | panelled we were paneling | panelling
you paneled | panelled you were paneling | panelling
they paneled | panelled they were paneling | panelling
Present perfectPresent perfect progressive
I have paneled | panelled I have been paneling | panelling
you have paneled | panelled you have been paneling | panelling
he/​she/​it has paneled | panelled he/​she/​it has been paneling | panelling
we have paneled | panelled we have been paneling | panelling
you have paneled | panelled you have been paneling | panelling
they have paneled | panelled they have been paneling | panelling
Past perfectPast perfect progressive
I had paneled | panelled I had been paneling | panelling
you had paneled | panelled you had been paneling | panelling
he/​she/​it had paneled | panelled he/​she/​it had been paneling | panelling
we had paneled | panelled we had been paneling | panelling
you had paneled | panelled you had been paneling | panelling
they had paneled | panelled they had been paneling | panelling
Future (will)Future (be going to)
I will panel I am going to panel
you will panel you are going to panel
he/​she/​it will panel he/​she/​it is going to panel
we will panel we are going to panel
you will panel you are going to panel
they will panel they are going to panel
Future progressive (will)Future progressive (be going to)
I will be paneling | panelling I am going to be paneling | panelling
you will be paneling | panelling you are going to be paneling | panelling
he/​she/​it will be paneling | panelling he/​she/​it is going to be paneling | panelling
we will be paneling | panelling we are going to be paneling | panelling
you will be paneling | panelling you are going to be paneling | panelling
they will be paneling | panelling they are going to be paneling | panelling
Future perfectFuture perfect progressive
I will have paneled | panelled I will have been paneling | panelling
you will have paneled | panelled you will have been paneling | panelling
he/​she/​it will have paneled | panelled he/​she/​it will have been paneling | panelling
we will have paneled | panelled we will have been paneling | panelling
you will have paneled | panelled you will have been paneling | panelling
they will have paneled | panelled they will have been paneling | panelling
Conditional
SimpleProgressive
I would panel I would be paneling | panelling
you would panel you would be paneling | panelling
he/​she/​it would panel he/​she/​it would be paneling | panelling
we would panel we would be paneling | panelling
you would panel you would be paneling | panelling
they would panel they would be paneling | panelling
PerfectPerfect progressive
I would have paneled | panelled I would have been paneling | panelling
you would have paneled | panelled you would have been paneling | panelling
he/​she/​it would have paneled | panelled he/​she/​it would have been paneling | panelling
we would have paneled | panelled we would have been paneling | panelling
you would have paneled | panelled you would have been paneling | panelling
they would have paneled | panelled they would have been paneling | panelling
Imperative
Present
panel (you)
let's panel (we)
panel (you)
Impersonal
Present participlePast tense
paneling | panelling paneled | panelled
Past participle
paneled | panelled
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