Galocher (inf) – to French kiss, kiss with tongues

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je galoche galochais galocherai galocherais galoche galochasse
tu galoches galochais galocheras galocherais galoches galochasses
il galoche galochait galochera galocherait galoche galochât
nous galochons galochions galocherons galocherions galochions galochassions
vous galochez galochiez galocherez galocheriez galochiez galochassiez
ils galochent galochaient galocheront galocheraient galochent galochassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai galoché avais galoché aurai galoché aurais galoché aie galoché eusse galoché
tu as galoché avais galoché auras galoché aurais galoché aies galoché eusses galoché
il a galoché avait galoché aura galoché aurait galoché ait galoché eût galoché
nous avons galoché avions galoché aurons galoché aurions galoché ayons galoché eussions galoché
vous avez galoché aviez galoché aurez galoché auriez galoché ayez galoché eussiez galoché
ils ont galoché avaient galoché auront galoché auraient galoché aient galoché eussent galoché
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ galochai eus galoché   (tu) galoche   Present galochant
tu galochas eus galoché   (nous) galochons   Past galoché
il galocha eut galoché   (vous) galochez   Perfect ayant galoché
nous galochâmes eûmes galoché   Past imperative    
vous galochâtes eûtes galoché   (tu) aie galoché Past infinitive
ils galochèrent eurent galoché   (nous) ayons galoché   avoir galoché
        (vous) ayez galoché    

  Galocher is a regular -er verb.

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