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How Do You Spell SEEN?

Correct spelling for the English word "seen" is [s_ˈiː_n], [sˈiːn], [sˈiːn]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of SEEN

  1. Past participle of the irregular verb see.

Common Misspellings for SEEN

Below is the list of 4063 misspellings for the word "seen".

Usage Examples for SEEN

  1. You have seen the king? - "Berlin and Sans-Souci" by Louise Muhlbach
  2. Have you never seen it? - "Hills of the Shatemuc" by Susan Warner
  3. She had seen Betty. - "The Heart of Canyon Pass" by Thomas K. Holmes
  4. Yes, man, you must have seen. - "Commodore Junk" by George Manville Fenn
  5. Miss Mapp may have seen you come in. - "Miss Mapp" by Edward Frederic Benson

What does seen stand for?

Abbreviation SEEN means:

  1. Schools Enterprise Education Network
  2. Schools' Enterprise Education Network

Conjugate verb Seen

CONDITIONAL

I would seen
you would seen
he/she/it would seen
we would seen
they would seen
I would see
we would see
you would see
he/she/it would see
they would see

CONDITIONAL CONTINUOUS

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

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have seen
you would have seen
he/she/it would have seen
we would have seen
they would have seen

CONDITIONAL PERFECT CONTINUOUS

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

FUTURE

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

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

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

FUTURE PERFECT

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

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

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

IMPERATIVE

you see
we let´s see

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to see

PAST

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

PAST CONTINUOUS

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

PAST PARTICIPLE

seen

PAST PERFECT

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

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

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

PRESENT

I see
you see
he/she/it sees
we see
they see

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

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

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

seeing

PRESENT PERFECT

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

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

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