Conquérir – to conquer

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je conquiers conquérais conquerrai conquerrais conquière conquisse
tu conquiers conquérais conquerras conquerrais conquières conquisses
il conquiert conquérait conquerra conquerrait conquière conquît
nous conquérons conquérions conquerrons conquerrions conquérions conquissions
vous conquérez conquériez conquerrez conquerriez conquériez conquissiez
ils conquièrent conquéraient conquerront conquerraient conquièrent conquissent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai conquis avais conquis aurai conquis aurais conquis aie conquis eusse conquis
tu as conquis avais conquis auras conquis aurais conquis aies conquis eusses conquis
il a conquis avait conquis aura conquis aurait conquis ait conquis eût conquis
nous avons conquis avions conquis aurons conquis aurions conquis ayons conquis eussions conquis
vous avez conquis aviez conquis aurez conquis auriez conquis ayez conquis eussiez conquis
ils ont conquis avaient conquis auront conquis auraient conquis aient conquis eussent conquis
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ conquis eus conquis   (tu) conquiers   Present conquérant
tu conquis eus conquis   (nous) conquérons   Past conquis
il conquit eut conquis   (vous) conquérez   Perfect ayant conquis
nous conquîmes eûmes conquis   Past imperative    
vous conquîtes eûtes conquis   (tu) aie conquis Past infinitive
ils conquirent eurent conquis   (nous) ayons conquis   avoir conquis
        (vous) ayez conquis    

  Conquérir is an irregular -ir verb.

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