Charger – to charge

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je charge chargeais chargerai chargerais charge chargeasse
tu charges chargeais chargeras chargerais charges chargeasses
il charge chargeait chargera chargerait charge chargeât
nous chargeons chargions chargerons chargerions chargions chargeassions
vous chargez chargiez chargerez chargeriez chargiez chargeassiez
ils chargent chargeaient chargeront chargeraient chargent chargeassent
             
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai chargé avais chargé aurai chargé aurais chargé aie chargé eusse chargé
tu as chargé avais chargé auras chargé aurais chargé aies chargé eusses chargé
il a chargé avait chargé aura chargé aurait chargé ait chargé eût chargé
nous avons chargé avions chargé aurons chargé aurions chargé ayons chargé eussions chargé
vous avez chargé aviez chargé aurez chargé auriez chargé ayez chargé eussiez chargé
ils ont chargé avaient chargé auront chargé auraient chargé aient chargé eussent chargé
             
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ chargeai eus chargé   (tu) charge   Present chargeant
tu chargeas eus chargé   (nous) chargeons   Past chargé
il chargea eut chargé   (vous) chargez   Perfect ayant chargé
nous chargeâmes eûmes chargé   Past imperative    
vous chargeâtes eûtes chargé   (tu) aie chargé Past infinitive
ils chargèrent eurent chargé   (nous) ayons chargé   avoir chargé
        (vous) ayez chargé    

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

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