Modelo MEAN (significar)

El modelo mean (significar), de los verbos irregulares, es el modelo de los verbos que añaden una –t en el pasado y en el participio pasado, pero que cambia la fonética (mean [ˈmiːn] – meant [ˈmɛnt] – meant [ˈmɛnt]):

MEAN (significar)

INDICATIVO
Presente Presente continuo Pasado Pasado continuo

I mean

you mean

he means

we mean

you mean

they mean

I am meaning

you are meaning

he is meaning

we are meaning

you are meaning

they are meaning

I meant

you meant

he meant

we meant

you meant

they meant

I was meaning

you were meaning

he was meaning

we were meaning

you were meaning

they were meaning

Perfecto Perfecto continuo Pluscuamperfecto Pluscuamperfecto continuo

I have meant

you have meant

he has meant

we have meant

you have meant

they have meant

I have been meaning

you have been meaning

he has been meaning

we have been meaning

you have been meaning

they have been meaning

I had meant

you had meant

he had meant

we had meant

you had meant

they had meant

I had been meaning

you had been meaning

he had been meaning

we had been meaning

you had been meaning

they had been meaning

Futuro Futuro continuo Futuro perfecto Futuro perfecto continuo

I will mean

you will mean

he will mean

we will mean

you will mean

they will mean

I will be meaning

you will be meaning

he will be meaning

we will be meaning

you will be meaning

they will be meaning

I will have meant

you will have meant

he will have meant

we will have meant

you will have meant

they will have meant

I will have been meaning

you will have been meaning

he will have been meaning

we will have been meaning

you will have been meaning

they will have been meaning

CONDICIONAL
Presente Presente continuo Pasado Pasado continuo

I would mean

you would mean

he would mean

we would mean

you would mean

they would mean

I would be meaning

you would be meaning

he would be meaning

we would be meaning

you would be meaning

they would be meaning

I would have meant

you would have meant

he would have meant

we would have meant

you would have meant

they would have meant

I would have been meaning

you would have been meaning

he would have been meaning

we would have been meaning

you would have been meaning

they would have been meaning

IMPERATIVO GERUNDIO
Presente Presente Pasado

mean

mean

meaning

having meant

INFINITIVO
Presente Presente continuo Pasado Pasado continuo

to mean

to be meaning

to have meant

to have been meaning



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