Convenir – to suit, be suitable

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je conviens convenais conviendrai conviendrais convienne convinsse
tu conviens convenais conviendras conviendrais conviennes convinsses
il convient convenait conviendra conviendrait convienne convînt
nous convenons convenions conviendrons conviendrions convenions convinssions
vous convenez conveniez conviendrez conviendriez conveniez convinssiez
ils conviennent convenaient conviendront conviendraient conviennent convinssent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai convenu avais convenu aurai convenu aurais convenu aie convenu eusse convenu
tu as convenu avais convenu auras convenu aurais convenu aies convenu eusses convenu
il a convenu avait convenu aura convenu aurait convenu ait convenu eût convenu
nous avons convenu avions convenu aurons convenu aurions convenu ayons convenu eussions convenu
vous avez convenu aviez convenu aurez convenu auriez convenu ayez convenu eussiez convenu
ils ont convenu avaient convenu auront convenu auraient convenu aient convenu eussent convenu
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je convins eus convenu   (tu) conviens   Present convenant
tu convins eus convenu   (nous) convenons   Past convenu
il convint eut convenu   (vous) convenez   Perfect ayant convenu
nous convînmes eûmes convenu   Past imperative    
vous convîntes eûtes convenu   (tu) aie convenu Past infinitive
ils convinrent eurent convenu   (nous) ayons convenu   avoir convenu
        (vous) ayez convenu    

  Convenir is an irregular -ir verb.

Does convenir need the subjunctive?

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