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How Do You Spell MARK?

Correct spelling for the English word "mark" is [m_ˈɑː_k], [mˈɑːk], [mˈɑːk]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for MARK

Below is the list of 282 misspellings for the word "mark".

Similar spelling words for MARK

Plural form of MARK is MARKS

Definition of MARK

  1. make underscoring marks

Anagrams of MARK

3 letters

2 letters

Usage Examples for MARK

  1. Mark my words, he's a miserable man! - "A Bride from the Bush" by E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung
  2. It is true, as here written by Mark, that Jesus " sat at meat." - "A Life of St. John for the Young" by George Ludington Weed
  3. Mark will be all right. - "Colonel Thorndyke's Secret" by G. A. Henty
  4. It will be no fault of mine if you are not absolutely free from Mark Fenwick before many days have passed. - "The Mystery of the Four Fingers" by Fred M. White
  5. Her children disappointed her one way or another, and have all died, and her grandchildren didn't seem to come up to the mark either. - "The Motor Maids by Palm and Pine" by Katherine Stokes

What does mark stand for?

Abbreviation MARK means:

  1. Mid Atlantic Rottweiler Klub
  2. Managing Requirements Knowledge

Conjugate verb Mark

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have marked
you would have marked
he/she/it would have marked
we would have marked
they would have marked
I would have mark
you would have mark
he/she/it would have mark
we would have mark
they would have mark

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been marking
you would have been marking
he/she/it would have been marking
we would have been marking
they would have been marking

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would mark
you would mark
he/she/it would mark
we would mark
they would mark

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be marking
you would be marking
he/she/it would be marking
we would be marking
they would be marking

FUTURE

I will mark
you will mark
he/she/it will mark
we will mark
they will mark

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be marking
you will be marking
he/she/it will be marking
we will be marking
they will be marking

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have marked
you will have marked
he/she/it will have marked
we will have marked
they will have marked

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been marking
you will have been marking
he/she/it will have been marking
we will have been marking
they will have been marking

IMPERATIVE

you mark
we let´s mark

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to mark

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was marking
you were marking
he/she/it was marking
we were marking
they were marking

PAST PARTICIPLE

marked

PAST PERFECT

I had marked
you had marked
he/she/it had marked
we had marked
they had marked

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been marking
you had been marking
he/she/it had been marking
we had been marking
they had been marking

PRESENT

I mark
you mark
he/she/it marks
we mark
they mark

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am marking
you are marking
he/she/it is marking
we are marking
they are marking

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

marking

PRESENT PERFECT

I have marked
you have marked
he/she/it has marked
we have marked
they have marked

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been marking
you have been marking
he/she/it has been marking
we have been marking
they have been marking

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it mark

SIMPLE PAST

I marked
you marked
he/she/it marked
we marked
they marked
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