complain

View the conjugation for quejarse.
Present Participle: complaining
Past Participle: complained
PresentPastFuture
I
complain
complained
will complain
you
complain
complained
will complain
he/she
complains
complained
will complain
we
complain
complained
will complain
you
complain
complained
will complain
they
complain
complained
will complain

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PresentPastFuture
I
have complained
had complained
will have complained
you
have complained
had complained
will have complained
he/she
has complained
had complained
will have complained
we
have complained
had complained
will have complained
you
have complained
had complained
will have complained
they
have complained
had complained
will have complained
AffirmativeNegative
I
-
-
you
complain
don't complain
he/she
-
-
we
let's complain
let's not complain
you
complain
don't complain
they
-
-
PresentPastFuture
I
am complaining
was complaining
will be complaining
you
are complaining
were complaining
will be complaining
he/she
is complaining
was complaining
will be complaining
we
are complaining
were complaining
will be complaining
you
are complaining
were complaining
will be complaining
they
are complaining
were complaining
will be complaining
PresentPastFuture
I
have been complaining
had been complaining
will have been complaining
you
have been complaining
had been complaining
will have been complaining
he/she
has been complaining
had been complaining
will have been complaining
we
have been complaining
had been complaining
will have been complaining
you
have been complaining
had been complaining
will have been complaining
they
have been complaining
had been complaining
will have been complaining
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