Craquer – to creak, squeak; to crack, crackle, crunch; to be falling apart, collapse; (inf) to be fed up, go crazy

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vouscraquezcraquiezcraquerezcraqueriezcraquiez craquassiez
 PassĆ© composĆ©Past perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai craquĆ©avais craquĆ©aurai craquĆ©aurais craquĆ©aie craquĆ©eusse craquĆ©
tuas craquƩavais craquƩauras craquƩaurais craquƩaies craquƩeusses craquƩ
ila craquƩavait craquƩaura craquƩaurait craquƩait craquƩeƻt craquƩ
nousavons craquƩavions craquƩaurons craquƩaurions craquƩayons craquƩeussions craquƩ
vousavez craquƩaviez craquƩaurez craquƩauriez craquƩayez craquƩeussiez craquƩ
ilsont craquƩavaient craquƩauront craquƩauraient craquƩaient craquƩeussent craquƩ
 PassĆ© simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’craquaieus craquĆ© (tu)craque Presentcraquant
tucraquaseus craquĆ© (nous)craquons PastcraquĆ©
ilcraquaeut craquĆ© (vous)craquez Perfectayant craquĆ©
nouscraquĆ¢meseĆ»mes craquĆ© Past imperative  
vouscraquĆ¢teseĆ»tes craquĆ© (tu)aie craquĆ©Past infinitive
ilscraquĆØrenteurent craquĆ© (nous)ayons craquĆ© avoir craquĆ©
    (vous)ayez craquĆ©  

  Craquer is a regular -er verb.

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