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Regular verb of attract | Present, Past, & Past Participle form of attract

Regular verb of attract / Weak verb of attract:

Present Past Past Participle
Attract Attracted Attracted

Meaning of attract: to have a liking for or interest in something

The infinitive form: to attract

Present form:

  1. I attract
  2. you attract
  3. he attracts
  4. we attract
  5. you attract
  6. they attract

Present continuous form:

  1. I am attracting
  2. you are attracting
  3. he is attracting
  4. we are attracting
  5. you are attracting
  6. they are attracting

Present perfect form:

  1. I have attracted
  2. you have attracted
  3. he has attracted
  4. we have attracted
  5. you have attracted
  6. they have attracted

Present perfect continuous form:

  1. I have been attracting
  2. you have been attracting
  3. he has been attracting
  4. we have been attracting
  5. you have been attracting
  6. they have been attracting

Past form: 

  1. I attracted
  2. you attracted
  3. he attracted
  4. we attracted
  5. you attracted
  6. they attracted

Past continuous from:

  1. I was attracting
  2. you were attracting
  3. he was attracting
  4. we were attracting
  5. you were attracting
  6. they were attracting

Past perfect form:

  1. I had attracted
  2. you had attracted
  3. he had attracted
  4. we had attracted
  5. you had attracted
  6. they had attracted

Past perfect continuous from:

  1. I had been attracting
  2. you had been attracting
  3. he had been attracting
  4. we had been attracting
  5. you had been attracting
  6. they had been attracting

Future from:

  1. I will attract
  2. you will attract
  3. he will attract
  4. we will attract
  5. you will attract
  6. they will attract

Future continuous form:

  1. I will be attracting
  2. you will be attracting
  3. he will be attracting
  4. we will be attracting
  5. you will be attracting
  6. they will be attracting

Future perfect form:

  1. I will have attracted
  2. you will have attracted
  3. he will have attracted
  4. we will have attracted
  5. you will have attracted
  6. they will have attracted

Future perfect continuous form:

  1. I will have been attracting
  2. you will have been attracting
  3. he will have been attracting
  4. we will have been attracting
  5. you will have been attracting
  6. they will have been attracting

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