Arranger – to arrange

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
j’ arrange arrangeais arrangerai arrangerais arrange arrangeasse
tu arranges arrangeais arrangeras arrangerais arranges arrangeasses
il arrange arrangeait arrangera arrangerait arrange arrangeât
nous arrangeons arrangions arrangerons arrangerions arrangions arrangeassions
vous arrangez arrangiez arrangerez arrangeriez arrangiez arrangeassiez
ils arrangent arrangeaient arrangeront arrangeraient arrangent arrangeassent
  PassĂ© composĂ© Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai arrangĂ© avais arrangĂ© aurai arrangĂ© aurais arrangĂ© aie arrangĂ© eusse arrangĂ©
tu as arrangé avais arrangé auras arrangé aurais arrangé aies arrangé eusses arrangé
il a arrangé avait arrangé aura arrangé aurait arrangé ait arrangé eût arrangé
nous avons arrangé avions arrangé aurons arrangé aurions arrangé ayons arrangé eussions arrangé
vous avez arrangé aviez arrangé aurez arrangé auriez arrangé ayez arrangé eussiez arrangé
ils ont arrangé avaient arrangé auront arrangé auraient arrangé aient arrangé eussent arrangé
  PassĂ© simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
j’ arrangeai eus arrangĂ©   (tu) arrange   Present arrangeant
tu arrangeas eus arrangĂ©   (nous) arrangeons   Past arrangĂ©
il arrangea eut arrangĂ©   (vous) arrangez   Perfect ayant arrangĂ©
nous arrangeâmes eĂ»mes arrangĂ©   Past imperative    
vous arrangeâtes eĂ»tes arrangĂ©   (tu) aie arrangĂ© Past infinitive
ils arrangèrent eurent arrangĂ©   (nous) ayons arrangĂ©   avoir arrangĂ©
        (vous) ayez arrangĂ©    

  Arranger is a spelling change verb (g to ge).

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