Divorcer – to divorce, get divorced

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
jedivorcedivorçaisdivorceraidivorceraisdivorcedivorçasse
tudivorcesdivorçaisdivorcerasdivorceraisdivorcesdivorçasses
ildivorcedivorçaitdivorceradivorceraitdivorcedivorçât
nousdivorçonsdivorcionsdivorceronsdivorcerionsdivorcionsdivorçassions
vousdivorcezdivorciezdivorcerezdivorceriezdivorciez divorçassiez
ilsdivorcentdivorçaientdivorcerontdivorceraientdivorcentdivorçassent
       
 PassĂ© composĂ©Past perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai divorcĂ©avais divorcĂ©aurai divorcĂ©aurais divorcĂ©aie divorcĂ©eusse divorcĂ©
tuas divorcéavais divorcéauras divorcéaurais divorcéaies divorcéeusses divorcé
ila divorcéavait divorcéaura divorcéaurait divorcéait divorcéeût divorcé
nousavons divorcéavions divorcéaurons divorcéaurions divorcéayons divorcéeussions divorcé
vousavez divorcéaviez divorcéaurez divorcéauriez divorcéayez divorcéeussiez divorcé
ilsont divorcéavaient divorcéauront divorcéauraient divorcéaient divorcéeussent divorcé
       
 PassĂ© simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’divorçaieus divorcĂ© (tu)divorce Presentdivorçant
tudivorçaseus divorcĂ© (nous)divorçons PastdivorcĂ©
ildivorçaeut divorcĂ© (vous)divorcez Perfectayant divorcĂ©
nousdivorçâmeseĂ»mes divorcĂ© Past imperative  
vousdivorçâteseĂ»tes divorcĂ© (tu)aie divorcĂ©Past infinitive
ilsdivorcèrenteurent divorcĂ© (nous)ayons divorcĂ© avoir divorcĂ©
    (vous)ayez divorcĂ©  

  Divorcer is a spelling change verb (c to ç).

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