Distraire – to distract, divert; to entertain

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je distrais distrayais distrairai distrairais distraie n/a
tu distrais distrayais distrairas distrairais distraies  
il distrait distrayait distraira distrairait distraie  
nous distrayons distrayions distrairons distrairions distrayions  
vous distrayez distrayiez distrairez distrairiez distrayiez  
ils distraient distrayaient distrairont distrairaient distraient  
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai distrait avais distrait aurai distrait aurais distrait aie distrait eusse distrait
tu as distrait avais distrait auras distrait aurais distrait aies distrait eusses distrait
il a distrait avait distrait aura distrait aurait distrait ait distrait eût distrait
nous avons distrait avions distrait aurons distrait aurions distrait ayons distrait eussions distrait
vous avez distrait aviez distrait aurez distrait auriez distrait ayez distrait eussiez distrait
ils ont distrait avaient distrait auront distrait auraient distrait aient distrait eussent distrait
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
j’ n/a eus distrait   (tu) distrais   Present distrayant
tu   eus distrait   (nous) distrayons   Past distrait
il   eut distrait   (vous) distrayez   Perfect ayant distrait
nous   eûmes distrait   Past imperative    
vous   eûtes distrait   (tu) aie distrait Past infinitive
ils   eurent distrait   (nous) ayons distrait   avoir distrait
        (vous) ayez distrait    

  Distraire is an irregular -re verb.

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