Entarter – to pie, throw a pie at

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
j’ entarte entartais entarterai entarterais entarte entartasse
tu entartes entartais entarteras entarterais entartes entartasses
il entarte entartait entartera entarterait entarte entartât
nous entartons entartions entarterons entarterions entartions entartassions
vous entartez entartiez entarterez entarteriez entartiez entartassiez
ils entartent entartaient entarteront entarteraient entartent entartassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai entarté avais entarté aurai entarté aurais entarté aie entarté eusse entarté
tu as entarté avais entarté auras entarté aurais entarté aies entarté eusses entarté
il a entarté avait entarté aura entarté aurait entarté ait entarté eût entarté
nous avons entarté avions entarté aurons entarté aurions entarté ayons entarté eussions entarté
vous avez entarté aviez entarté aurez entarté auriez entarté ayez entarté eussiez entarté
ils ont entarté avaient entarté auront entarté auraient entarté aient entarté eussent entarté
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
j’ entartai eus entarté   (tu) entarte   Present entartant
tu entartas eus entarté   (nous) entartons   Past entarté
il entarta eut entarté   (vous) entartez   Perfect ayant entarté
nous entartâmes eûmes entarté   Past imperative    
vous entartâtes eûtes entarté   (tu) aie entarté Past infinitive
ils entartèrent eurent entarté   (nous) ayons entarté   avoir entarté
        (vous) ayez entarté    

  Entarter is a regular -er verb.

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