Descendre – to descend, to go down

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vousdescendezdescendiezdescendrezdescendriezdescendiez descendissiez
 Pass├ę compos├ęPast perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
je / j’suis descendu*├ętais descenduserai descenduserais descendusois descendufusse descendu
tues descendu├ętais descenduseras descenduserais descendusois descendufusses descendu
ilest descendu├ętait descendusera descenduserait descendusoit descenduf├╗t descendu
noussommes descendus├ętions descendusserons descendusserions descendussoyons descendusfussions descendus
vous├¬tes descendu(s)├ętiez descendu(s)serez descendu(s)seriez descendu(s)soyez descendu(s)fussiez descendu(s)
ilssont descendus├ętaient descendusseront descendusseraient descendussoient descendusfussent descendus
 Pass├ę simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’descendisfus descendu (tu)descends Presentdescendant
tudescendisfus descendu (nous)descendons Pastdescendu
ildescenditfut descendu (vous)descendez Perfect├ętant descendu
nousdescend├«mesf├╗mes descendus Past imperative  
vousdescend├«tesf├╗tes descendu(s) (tu)sois descenduPast infinitive
ilsdescendirentfurent descendus (nous)soyons descendus ├¬tre descendu
    (vous)soyez descendu(s)  

  Descendre is a regular -re verb.


* The auxiliary verb is sometimes avoirlearn more.

French antonym Antonym: monter  (to go up)

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