Craindre – to fear

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je crains crainais craindrai craindrais craigne craignisse
tu crains crainais craindras craindrais craignes craignisses
il craint crainait craindra craindrait craigne craignît
nous craignons craignions craindrons craindrions craignions craignissions
vous craignez craigniez craindrez craindriez craigniez craignissiez
ils craignent craignaient craindront craindraient craignent craignissent
             
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai craint avais craint aurai craint aurais craint aie craint eusse craint
tu as craint avais craint auras craint aurais craint aies craint eusses craint
il a craint avait craint aura craint aurait craint ait craint eût craint
nous avons craint avions craint aurons craint aurions craint ayons craint eussions craint
vous avez craint aviez craint aurez craint auriez craint ayez craint eussiez craint
ils ont craint avaient craint auront craint auraient craint aient craint eussent craint
             
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ craignis eus craint   (tu) crains   Present craignant
tu craignis eus craint   (nous) craignons   Past craint
il craignit eut craint   (vous) craignez   Perfect ayant craint
nous craignîmes eûmes craint   Past imperative    
vous craignîtes eûtes craint   (tu) aie craint Past infinitive
ils craignirent eurent craint   (nous) ayons craint   avoir craint
        (vous) ayez craint    

  Craindre is an irregular -re verb.

Does craindre need the subjunctive?

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