Attendre – to wait for

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
j’ attends attendais attendrai attendrais attende attendisse
tu attends attendais attendras attendrais attendes attendisses
il attend attendait attendra attendrait attende attendît
nous attendons attendions attendrons attendrions attendions attendissions
vous attendez attendiez attendrez attendriez attendiez attendissiez
ils attendent attendaient attendront attendraient attendent attendissent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai attendu avais attendu aurai attendu aurais attendu aie attendu eusse attendu
tu as attendu avais attendu auras attendu aurais attendu aies attendu eusses attendu
il a attendu avait attendu aura attendu aurait attendu ait attendu eût attendu
nous avons attendu avions attendu aurons attendu aurions attendu ayons attendu eussions attendu
vous avez attendu aviez attendu aurez attendu auriez attendu ayez attendu eussiez attendu
ils ont attendu avaient attendu auront attendu auraient attendu aient attendu eussent attendu
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
j’ attendis eus attendu   (tu) attends   Present attendant
tu attendis eus attendu   (nous) attendons   Past attendu
il attendit eut attendu   (vous) attendez   Perfect ayant attendu
nous attendîmes eûmes attendu   Past imperative    
vous attendîtes eûtes attendu   (tu) aie attendu Past infinitive
ils attendirent eurent attendu   (nous) ayons attendu   avoir attendu
        (vous) ayez attendu    

  Attendre is a regular -re verb.


Does attendre need the subjunctive?

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