Employer – to use, to employ

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
j’ emploie employais emploierai emploierais emploie employasse
tu emploies employais emploieras emploierais emploies employasses
il emploie employait emploiera emploierait emploie employ√Ęt
nous employons employions emploierons emploierions employions employassions
vous employez employiez emploierez emploieriez employiez employassiez
ils emploient employaient emploieront emploieraient emploient employassent
  Pass√© compos√© Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai employ√© avais employ√© aurai employ√© aurais employ√© aie employ√© eusse employ√©
tu as employé avais employé auras employé aurais employé aies employé eusses employé
il a employ√© avait employ√© aura employ√© aurait employ√© ait employ√© e√Ľt employ√©
nous avons employé avions employé aurons employé aurions employé ayons employé eussions employé
vous avez employé aviez employé aurez employé auriez employé ayez employé eussiez employé
ils ont employé avaient employé auront employé auraient employé aient employé eussent employé
  Pass√© simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
j’ employai eus employ√©   (tu) emploie   Present employant
tu employas eus employ√©   (nous) employons   Past employ√©
il employa eut employ√©   (vous) employez   Perfect ayant employ√©
nous employ√Ęmes e√Ľmes employ√©   Past imperative    
vous employ√Ętes e√Ľtes employ√©   (tu) aie employ√© Past infinitive
ils employ√®rent eurent employ√©   (nous) ayons employ√©   avoir employ√©
        (vous) ayez employ√©    

  Employer is a stem-changing verb (y to i).

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