Aller (to go) – Verb Tables

French Verb Conjugations

Aller is one of the most common French verbs – here’s how to conjugate it into every tense and mood.

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
je / j’vaisallaisiraiiraisailleallasse
vousallezalliezireziriezalliez allassiez
 PassĂ© composĂ©Past perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
je / j’suis allĂ©Ă©tais allĂ©serai allĂ©serais allĂ©sois allĂ©fusse allĂ©
tues alléétais alléseras alléserais allésois alléfusses allé
ilest alléétait allésera alléserait allésoit alléfût allé
noussommes allésétions allésserons allésserions alléssoyons allésfussions allés
vousĂȘtes allĂ©(s)Ă©tiez allĂ©(s)serez allĂ©(s)seriez allĂ©(s)soyez allĂ©(s)fussiez allĂ©(s)
ilssont allésétaient allésseront allésseraient alléssoient allésfussent allés
 PassĂ© simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’allaifus allĂ© (tu)va Presentallant
tuallasfus allĂ© (nous)allons PastallĂ©
ilallafut allĂ© (vous)allez PerfectĂ©tant allĂ©
nousallĂąmesfĂ»mes allĂ©s Past imperative  
vousallĂątesfĂ»tes allĂ©(s) (tu)sois allĂ©Past infinitive
ilsallĂšrentfurent allĂ©s (nous)soyons allĂ©s ĂȘtre allĂ©
    (vous)soyez allĂ©(s)  

  Aller is an irregular -er verb and needs the auxiliary verb ĂȘtre in compound tenses.

Aller - French verb to go
Il va partout ! – He’s going everywhere!
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