Verb conjugation of "coerce" in English

 
Conjugate the verb coerce:
Present

I coerce
you coerce
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Past

he coerced
we have coerced
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Future

will coerce
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Conditional

would coerce
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Conjunctive

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In May I'll be able to show the machine at an exhibition in the university. In addition, we can show it to all these university partner laboratories in the U.S., which are led by people who live here.
I had never heard the phrase before. In America, there are also different idioms than here in England. It seems that the Americans say it differently than we do here in the United Kingdom.
During the holidays I'm never online, I do not take my notebook. Anyone deserves a little bit of freedom. I will write again when I get back. I will tell you about my vacation. Is that OK for you?