Branler – to be shaky, unsteady, rickety, loose; (vulgar slang) to do, to be up to something

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je branle branlais branlerai branlerais branle branlasse
tu branles branlais branleras branlerais branles branlasses
il branle branlait branlera branlerait branle branlât
nous branlons branlions branlerons branlerions branlions branlassions
vous branlez branliez branlerez branleriez branliez branlassiez
ils branlent branlaient branleront branleraient branlent branlassent
  PassĂ© composĂ© Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai branlĂ© avais branlĂ© aurai branlĂ© aurais branlĂ© aie branlĂ© eusse branlĂ©
tu as branlé avais branlé auras branlé aurais branlé aies branlé eusses branlé
il a branlé avait branlé aura branlé aurait branlé ait branlé eût branlé
nous avons branlé avions branlé aurons branlé aurions branlé ayons branlé eussions branlé
vous avez branlé aviez branlé aurez branlé auriez branlé ayez branlé eussiez branlé
ils ont branlé avaient branlé auront branlé auraient branlé aient branlé eussent branlé
  PassĂ© simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ branlai eus branlĂ©   (tu) branle   Present branlant
tu branlas eus branlĂ©   (nous) branlons   Past branlĂ©
il branla eut branlĂ©   (vous) branlez   Perfect ayant branlĂ©
nous branlâmes eĂ»mes branlĂ©   Past imperative    
vous branlâtes eĂ»tes branlĂ©   (tu) aie branlĂ© Past infinitive
ils branlèrent eurent branlĂ©   (nous) ayons branlĂ©   avoir branlĂ©
        (vous) ayez branlĂ©    

  Branler is a regular -er verb.

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