Entourer – to surround

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
j’ entoure entourais entourerai entourerais entoure entourasse
tu entoures entourais entoureras entourerais entoures entourasses
il entoure entourait entourera entourerait entoure entourĂ¢t
nous entourons entourions entourerons entourerions entourions entourassions
vous entourez entouriez entourerez entoureriez entouriez entourassiez
ils entourent entouraient entoureront entoureraient entourent entourassent
  PassĂ© composĂ© Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai entourĂ© avais entourĂ© aurai entourĂ© aurais entourĂ© aie entourĂ© eusse entourĂ©
tu as entouré avais entouré auras entouré aurais entouré aies entouré eusses entouré
il a entouré avait entouré aura entouré aurait entouré ait entouré eût entouré
nous avons entouré avions entouré aurons entouré aurions entouré ayons entouré eussions entouré
vous avez entouré aviez entouré aurez entouré auriez entouré ayez entouré eussiez entouré
ils ont entouré avaient entouré auront entouré auraient entouré aient entouré eussent entouré
  PassĂ© simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
j’ entourai eus entourĂ©   (tu) entoure   Present entourant
tu entouras eus entourĂ©   (nous) entourons   Past entourĂ©
il entoura eut entourĂ©   (vous) entourez   Perfect ayant entourĂ©
nous entourĂ¢mes eĂ»mes entourĂ©   Past imperative    
vous entourĂ¢tes eĂ»tes entourĂ©   (tu) aie entourĂ© Past infinitive
ils entourèrent eurent entourĂ©   (nous) ayons entourĂ©   avoir entourĂ©
        (vous) ayez entourĂ©    

  Entourer is a regular -er verb.

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