Balader (informal) – to take for a walk / stroll / drive

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vousbaladezbaladiezbaladerezbaladeriezbaladiez baladassiez
 Passé composéPast perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai baladéavais baladéaurai baladéaurais baladéaie baladéeusse baladé
tuas baladéavais baladéauras baladéaurais baladéaies baladéeusses baladé
ila baladéavait baladéaura baladéaurait baladéait baladéeût baladé
nousavons baladéavions baladéaurons baladéaurions baladéayons baladéeussions baladé
vousavez baladéaviez baladéaurez baladéauriez baladéayez baladéeussiez baladé
ilsont baladéavaient baladéauront baladéauraient baladéaient baladéeussent baladé
 Passé simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’baladaieus baladé (tu)balade Presentbaladant
tubaladaseus baladé (nous)baladons Pastbaladé
ilbaladaeut baladé (vous)baladez Perfectayant baladé
nousbaladâmeseûmes baladé Past imperative  
vousbaladâteseûtes baladé (tu)aie baladéPast infinitive
ilsbaladèrenteurent baladé (nous)ayons baladé avoir baladé
    (vous)ayez baladé  

  Balader is a regular -er verb. When used pronominally (with a reflexive pronoun), se balader means to go for a walk / stroll / drive.

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