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

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vousbranlezbranliezbranlerezbranleriezbranliez branlassiez
 PassĂ© composĂ©Past perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai branlĂ©avais branlĂ©aurai branlĂ©aurais branlĂ©aie branlĂ©eusse branlĂ©
tuas branléavais branléauras branléaurais branléaies branléeusses branlé
ila branléavait branléaura branléaurait branléait branléeût branlé
nousavons branléavions branléaurons branléaurions branléayons branléeussions branlé
vousavez branléaviez branléaurez branléauriez branléayez branléeussiez branlé
ilsont branléavaient branléauront branléauraient branléaient branléeussent branlé
 PassĂ© simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’branlaieus branlĂ© (tu)branle Presentbranlant
tubranlaseus branlĂ© (nous)branlons PastbranlĂ©
ilbranlaeut branlĂ© (vous)branlez Perfectayant branlĂ©
nousbranlâmeseĂ»mes branlĂ© Past imperative  
vousbranlâteseĂ»tes branlĂ© (tu)aie branlĂ©Past infinitive
ilsbranlèrenteurent branlĂ© (nous)ayons branlĂ© avoir branlĂ©
    (vous)ayez branlĂ©  

  Branler is a regular -er verb.

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