Finir – to finish

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je finis finissais finirai finirais finisse finisse
tu finis finissais finiras finirais finisses finisses
il finit finissait finira finirait finisse finît
nous finissons finissions finirons finirions finissions finissions
vous finissez finissiez finirez finiriez finissiez finissiez
ils finissent finissaient finiront finiraient finissent finissent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai fini avais fini aurai fini aurais fini aie fini eusse fini
tu as fini avais fini auras fini aurais fini aies fini eusses fini
il a fini avait fini aura fini aurait fini ait fini eût fini
nous avons fini avions fini aurons fini aurions fini ayons fini eussions fini
vous avez fini aviez fini aurez fini auriez fini ayez fini eussiez fini
ils ont fini avaient fini auront fini auraient fini aient fini eussent fini
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ finis eus fini   (tu) finis   Present finissant
tu finis eus fini   (nous) finissons   Past fini
il finit eut fini   (vous) finissez   Perfect ayant fini
nous finîmes eûmes fini   Past imperative    
vous finîtes eûtes fini   (tu) aie fini Past infinitive
ils finirent eurent fini   (nous) ayons fini   avoir fini
        (vous) ayez fini    
Finir - French verb
Je vais le finir bientôt. – I’m going to finish it soon.
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 Finir is a regular -ir verb.

Note that the auxiliary verb is usually avoir. With être, the meaning changes to "over" or "has-been."


Finir in action

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