Accorder – to grant, admit

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
j’ accorde accordais accorderai accorderais accorde accordasse
tu accordes accordais accorderas accorderais accordes accordasses
il accorde accordait accordera accorderait accorde accordât
nous accordons accordions accorderons accorderions accordions accordassions
vous accordez accordiez accorderez accorderiez accordiez accordassiez
ils accordent accordaient accorderont accorderaient accordent accordassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai accordé avais accordé aurai accordé aurais accordé aie accordé eusse accordé
tu as accordé avais accordé auras accordé aurais accordé aies accordé eusses accordé
il a accordé avait accordé aura accordé aurait accordé ait accordé eût accordé
nous avons accordé avions accordé aurons accordé aurions accordé ayons accordé eussions accordé
vous avez accordé aviez accordé aurez accordé auriez accordé ayez accordé eussiez accordé
ils ont accordé avaient accordé auront accordé auraient accordé aient accordé eussent accordé
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
j’ accordai eus accordé   (tu) accorde   Present accordant
tu accordas eus accordé   (nous) accordons   Past accordé
il accorda eut accordé   (vous) accordez   Perfect ayant accordé
nous accordâmes eûmes accordé   Past imperative    
vous accordâtes eûtes accordé   (tu) aie accordé Past infinitive
ils accordèrent eurent accordé   (nous) ayons accordé   avoir accordé
        (vous) ayez accordé    

  Accorder is a regular -er verb.

Does accorder need the subjunctive?

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