English verb 'to thank' - regular verbs conjugation

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I [to thank]
1st person singular, present, indicative
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I thank

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, present, indicative
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you thank

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, present, indicative
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he thanks

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, present, indicative
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she thanks

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, present, indicative
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it thanks

we [to thank]
1st person plural, present, indicative
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we thank

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, present, indicative
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you thank

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, present, indicative
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they thank

I [to thank]
1st person singular, present continuous, indicative
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I am thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, present continuous, indicative
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you are thanking

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, present continuous, indicative
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he is thanking

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, present continuous, indicative
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she is thanking

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, present continuous, indicative
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it is thanking

we [to thank]
1st person plural, present continuous, indicative
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we are thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, present continuous, indicative
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you are thanking

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, present continuous, indicative
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they are thanking

I [to thank]
1st person singular, past, indicative
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I thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, past, indicative
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you thanked

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, past, indicative
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he thanked

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, past, indicative
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she thanked

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, past, indicative
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it thanked

we [to thank]
1st person plural, past, indicative
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we thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, past, indicative
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you thanked

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, past, indicative
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they thanked

I [to thank]
1st person singular, past continuous, indicative
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I was thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, past continuous, indicative
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you were thanking

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, past continuous, indicative
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he was thanking

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, past continuous, indicative
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she was thanking

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, past continuous, indicative
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it was thanking

we [to thank]
1st person plural, past continuous, indicative
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we were thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, past continuous, indicative
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you were thanking

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, past continuous, indicative
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they were thanking

I [to thank]
1st person singular, perfect, indicative
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I have thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, perfect, indicative
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you have thanked

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect, indicative
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he has thanked

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect, indicative
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she has thanked

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect, indicative
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it has thanked

we [to thank]
1st person plural, perfect, indicative
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we have thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, perfect, indicative
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you have thanked

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, perfect, indicative
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they have thanked

I [to thank]
1st person singular, perfect continuous, indicative
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I have been thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, perfect continuous, indicative
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you have been thanking

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect continuous, indicative
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he has been thanking

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect continuous, indicative
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she has been thanking

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect continuous, indicative
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it has been thanking

we [to thank]
1st person plural, perfect continuous, indicative
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we have been thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, perfect continuous, indicative
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you have been thanking

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, perfect continuous, indicative
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they have been thanking

I [to thank]
1st person singular, pluperfect, indicative
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I had thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, pluperfect, indicative
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you had thanked

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, pluperfect, indicative
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he had thanked

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, pluperfect, indicative
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she had thanked

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, pluperfect, indicative
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it had thanked

we [to thank]
1st person plural, pluperfect, indicative
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we had thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, pluperfect, indicative
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you had thanked

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, pluperfect, indicative
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they had thanked

I [to thank]
1st person singular, pluperfect continuous, indicative
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I had been thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, pluperfect continuous, indicative
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you had been thanking

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, pluperfect continuous, indicative
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he had been thanking

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, pluperfect continuous, indicative
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she had been thanking

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, pluperfect continuous, indicative
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it had been thanking

we [to thank]
1st person plural, pluperfect continuous, indicative
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we had been thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, pluperfect continuous, indicative
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you had been thanking

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, pluperfect continuous, indicative
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they had been thanking

I [to thank]
1st person singular, future, indicative
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I will thank

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, future, indicative
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you will thank

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, future, indicative
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he will thank

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, future, indicative
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she will thank

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, future, indicative
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it will thank

we [to thank]
1st person plural, future, indicative
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we will thank

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, future, indicative
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you will thank

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, future, indicative
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they will thank

I [to thank]
1st person singular, future continuous, indicative
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I will be thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, future continuous, indicative
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you will be thanking

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, future continuous, indicative
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he will be thanking

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, future continuous, indicative
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she will be thanking

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, future continuous, indicative
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it will be thanking

we [to thank]
1st person plural, future continuous, indicative
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we will be thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, future continuous, indicative
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you will be thanking

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, future continuous, indicative
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they will be thanking

I [to thank]
1st person singular, future perfect, indicative
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I will have thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, future perfect, indicative
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you will have thanked

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, future perfect, indicative
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he will have thanked

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, future perfect, indicative
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she will have thanked

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, future perfect, indicative
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it will have thanked

we [to thank]
1st person plural, future perfect, indicative
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we will have thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, future perfect, indicative
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you will have thanked

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, future perfect, indicative
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they will have thanked

I [to thank]
1st person singular, future perfect continuous, indicative
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I will have been thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, future perfect continuous, indicative
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you will have been thanking

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, future perfect continuous, indicative
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he will have been thanking

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, future perfect continuous, indicative
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she will have been thanking

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, future perfect continuous, indicative
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it will have been thanking

we [to thank]
1st person plural, future perfect continuous, indicative
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we will have been thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, future perfect continuous, indicative
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you will have been thanking

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, future perfect continuous, indicative
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they will have been thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, imperative
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thank!

we [to thank]
1st person plural, imperative
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Let´s thank!

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, imperative
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thank!

I [to thank]
1st person singular, present, conditional
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I would thank

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, present, conditional
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you would thank

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, present, conditional
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he would thank

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, present, conditional
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she would thank

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, present, conditional
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it would thank

we [to thank]
1st person plural, present, conditional
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we would thank

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, present, conditional
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you would thank

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, present, conditional
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they would thank

I [to thank]
1st person singular, perfect, conditional
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I would have thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, perfect, conditional
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you would have thanked

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect, conditional
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he would have thanked

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect, conditional
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she would have thanked

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect, conditional
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it would have thanked

we [to thank]
1st person plural, perfect, conditional
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we would have thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, perfect, conditional
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you would have thanked

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, perfect, conditional
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they would have thanked

I [to thank]
1st person singular, perfect continuous, conditional
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I would have been thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, perfect continuous, conditional
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you would have been thanking

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect continuous, conditional
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he would have been thanking

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect continuous, conditional
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she would have been thanking

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect continuous, conditional
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it would have been thanking

we [to thank]
1st person plural, perfect continuous, conditional
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we would have been thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, perfect continuous, conditional
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you would have been thanking

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, perfect continuous, conditional
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they would have been thanking

I [to thank]
1st person singular, present continuous, conditional
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I would be thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, present continuous, conditional
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you would be thanking

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, present continuous, conditional
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he would be thanking

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, present continuous, conditional
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she would be thanking

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, present continuous, conditional
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it would be thanking

we [to thank]
1st person plural, present continuous, conditional
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we would be thanking

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, present continuous, conditional
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you would be thanking

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, present continuous, conditional
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they would be thanking

I [to thank]
1st person singular, imperfect, subjunctive
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I thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, imperfect, subjunctive
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you thanked

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, imperfect, subjunctive
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he thanked

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, imperfect, subjunctive
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she thanked

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, imperfect, subjunctive
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it thanked

we [to thank]
1st person plural, imperfect, subjunctive
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we thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, imperfect, subjunctive
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you thanked

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, imperfect, subjunctive
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they thanked

I [to thank]
1st person singular, perfect, subjunctive
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I have thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, perfect, subjunctive
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you have thanked

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect, subjunctive
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he have thanked

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect, subjunctive
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she have thanked

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, perfect, subjunctive
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it have thanked

we [to thank]
1st person plural, perfect, subjunctive
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we have thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, perfect, subjunctive
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you have thanked

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, perfect, subjunctive
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they have thanked

I [to thank]
1st person singular, pluperfect, subjunctive
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I had thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, pluperfect, subjunctive
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you had thanked

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, pluperfect, subjunctive
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he had thanked

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, pluperfect, subjunctive
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she had thanked

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, pluperfect, subjunctive
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it had thanked

we [to thank]
1st person plural, pluperfect, subjunctive
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we had thanked

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, pluperfect, subjunctive
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you had thanked

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, pluperfect, subjunctive
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they had thanked

I [to thank]
1st person singular, present, subjunctive
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I thank

you [to thank]
2nd person singular, present, subjunctive
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you thank

he [to thank]
3rd person singular, present, subjunctive
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he thank

she [to thank]
3rd person singular, present, subjunctive
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she thank

it [to thank]
3rd person singular, present, subjunctive
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it thank

we [to thank]
1st person plural, present, subjunctive
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we thank

you [to thank]
2nd person plural, present, subjunctive
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you thank

they [to thank]
3rd person plural, present, subjunctive
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they thank


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