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Counterpropose Past Tense

counterproposed
past tense of counterpropose is counterproposed.

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Conjugation of Counterpropose

Simple / Indefinite Present Tense
He/She/It counterproposes .
I counterpropose.
You/We/They counterpropose.

Present Continuous Tense
He/She/It is counterproposing.
I am counterproposing.
You/We/They are counterproposing.

Present Perfect Tense
He/She/It has counterproposed.
I have counterproposed.
You/We/They have counterproposed.

Present Perfect Continuous Tense
He/She/It has been counterproposing.
I have been counterproposing.
You/We/They have been counterproposing.

Simple Past Tense
He/She/It counterproposed.
I counterproposed.
You/We/They counterproposed.

Past Continuous Tense
He/She/It was counterproposing.
I was counterproposing.
You/We/They were counterproposing.

Past Perfect Tense
He/She/It had counterproposed.
I had counterproposed.
You/We/They had counterproposed.

Past Perfect Continuous Tense
He/She/It had been counterproposing.
I had been counterproposing.
You/We/They had been counterproposing.

Simple Future Tense
He/She/It will/shall counterpropose.
I will/shall counterpropose.
You/We/They will/shall counterpropose.

Future Continuous Tense
He/She/It will/shall be counterproposing.
I will/shall be counterproposing.
You/We/They will/shall be counterproposing.

Future Perfect Tense
He/She/It will/shall have counterproposed.
I will/shall have counterproposed.
You/We/They will/shall have counterproposed.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense
He/She/It will/shall have been counterproposing.
I will/shall have been counterproposing.
You/We/They will/shall have been counterproposing.

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