Comparer – to compare

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je compare comparais comparerai comparerais compare comparasse
tu compares comparais compareras comparerais compares comparasses
il compare comparait comparera comparerait compare comparât
nous comparons comparions comparerons comparerions comparions comparassions
vous comparez compariez comparerez compareriez compariez comparassiez
ils comparent comparaient compareront compareraient comparent comparassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai comparé avais comparé aurai comparé aurais comparé aie comparé eusse comparé
tu as comparé avais comparé auras comparé aurais comparé aies comparé eusses comparé
il a comparé avait comparé aura comparé aurait comparé ait comparé eût comparé
nous avons comparé avions comparé aurons comparé aurions comparé ayons comparé eussions comparé
vous avez comparé aviez comparé aurez comparé auriez comparé ayez comparé eussiez comparé
ils ont comparé avaient comparé auront comparé auraient comparé aient comparé eussent comparé
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ comparai eus comparé   (tu) compare   Present comparant
tu comparas eus comparé   (nous) comparons   Past comparé
il compara eut comparé   (vous) comparez   Perfect ayant comparé
nous comparâmes eûmes comparé   Past imperative    
vous comparâtes eûtes comparé   (tu) aie comparé Past infinitive
ils comparèrent eurent comparé   (nous) ayons comparé   avoir comparé
        (vous) ayez comparé    

  Comparer is a regular -er verb.

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