French Verbs

French Verbs

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Present de l’indicatif: How do you conjugate the following regular verbs?
-er verbs
-ir verbs
-re verbs
Present indicative
drop -er and add e, es, e; ons, ez, ent

drop -ir and add is, is, it; issons, issez, issent

drop -re and add s, s, -; ons, ez, ent

How do you form the past participle for the following regular verbs?
-er ending verbs
-ir ending verbs
-re ending verbs
-er: drop the -er and add e
-ir: drop the -ir and add i
-re: drop the -re and add u
Futur: How do you conjugate regular verbs to be in the future tense?
Future
Add the following endings to the whole infinitive, but for -re verbs drop e in -re before adding the future endings, which are: ai, as, a; ons, ez, ont. Note that these endings are based on the Present indicative of avoir.
Conditionnel: How do you conjugate regular verbs to be in the conditional tense?
Conditional
Add the following endings to the whole infinitive, but for -re verbs drop e in -re before adding the future endings, which are: ais, ais, ait; ions, iez, aient. Note that these endings are the same as those for the the Imperfect indicative.
Conjugate the following auxiliary verb:

Avoir

ai
as
a
avons
avez
ont
passe compose: j’ai eu
conditionnel/futur stem: aur
subjonctif: aie, aies, ait, ayons, ayez, aient
Conjugate the following auxiliary verb:

Etre

suis
es
est
sommes
etes
sont
passe compose: j’ai ete
conditionnel/futur stem: ser
subjonctif: sois, sois, soit, soyons, soyez, soient
Conjugate the following regular verb:

Parler

parle
parles
parle
parlons
parlez
parlent
passe compose: j’ai parle
conditionnel/futur stem: parler
subjonctif: parle, parles, parle, parlions, parliez, parlent
Conjugate the following regular verb:

Finir

finis
finis
finit
finissons
finissez
finissent
passe compose: j’ai fini
conditionnel/futur stem: finir
subjonctif: finisse, finisses, finisse, finissions, finissiez, finissent
Conjugate the following regular verb:

Vendre

vends
vends
vend
vendons
vendez
vendent
passe compose: j’ai vendu
conditionnel/futur stem: vendr
subjonctif: vende, vendes, vende, vendions, vendiez, vendent
Conjugate the following regular reflexive verb:

Se laver

me lave
te laves
se lave
nous lavons
vous lavez
se lavent
passe compose: je me suis lave(e)
conditionnel/futur stem: se laver

Conjugate the following verb:

 

Preferer

Prefere

Preferes

Prefere

Preferons

Preferez

Preferent

passe compose: j’ai prefere

conditionnel/futur stem: preferer

Le subjonctif: How do you conjugate regular verbs to in the subjunctive tense?
Subjunctive
For nous and vous, the subjunctive looks like the imperfect. For other forms, drop the ‘ent ending of the ils/elles form of the present indicative and add the endings: -e, -es, -e, -ent
Imparfait: How do you conjugate regular verbs to be in the imperfect tense?
Imperfect
Take the nous form in the present indicative of the verb and drop the ending -ons and add: ais, ais, ait, ions, iez, aient
What are the conditional and future stems of the following verbs?
Aller
Avoir
Etre
Faire
Devoir
Vouloir
Venir
Devenir
Revenir
Voir
Pouvoir
Mourir
ir
aur
ser
fer
devr
voudr
viendr
deviendr
reviendr
verr
pourr
mourr