Bouger – to move

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vousbougezbougiezbougerezbougeriezbougiez bougeassiez
 PassĂ© composĂ©Past perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai bougĂ©avais bougĂ©aurai bougĂ©aurais bougĂ©aie bougĂ©eusse bougĂ©
tuas bougéavais bougéauras bougéaurais bougéaies bougéeusses bougé
ila bougéavait bougéaura bougéaurait bougéait bougéeût bougé
nousavons bougéavions bougéaurons bougéaurions bougéayons bougéeussions bougé
vousavez bougéaviez bougéaurez bougéauriez bougéayez bougéeussiez bougé
ilsont bougéavaient bougéauront bougéauraient bougéaient bougéeussent bougé
 PassĂ© simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’bougeaieus bougĂ© (tu)bouge Presentbougeant
tubougeaseus bougĂ© (nous)bougeons PastbougĂ©
ilbougeaeut bougĂ© (vous)bougez Perfectayant bougĂ©
nousbougeâmeseĂ»mes bougĂ© Past imperative  
vousbougeâteseĂ»tes bougĂ© (tu)aie bougĂ©Past infinitive
ilsbougèrenteurent bougĂ© (nous)ayons bougĂ© avoir bougĂ©
    (vous)ayez bougĂ©  

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

It’s one of seven verbs that can be made negative with the ne littĂ©raire (ne without pas).

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