Grincer – to grind, grate, creak, squeak

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je grince grinçais grincerai grincerais grince grinçasse
tu grinces grinçais grinceras grincerais grinces grinçasses
il grince grinçait grincera grincerait grince grinçât
nous grinçons grincions grincerons grincerions grincions grinçassions
vous grincez grinciez grincerez grinceriez grinciez grinçassiez
ils grincent grinçaient grinceront grinceraient grincent grinçassent
  PassĂ© composĂ© Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai grincĂ© avais grincĂ© aurai grincĂ© aurais grincĂ© aie grincĂ© eusse grincĂ©
tu as grincé avais grincé auras grincé aurais grincé aies grincé eusses grincé
il a grincé avait grincé aura grincé aurait grincé ait grincé eût grincé
nous avons grincé avions grincé aurons grincé aurions grincé ayons grincé eussions grincé
vous avez grincé aviez grincé aurez grincé auriez grincé ayez grincé eussiez grincé
ils ont grincé avaient grincé auront grincé auraient grincé aient grincé eussent grincé
  PassĂ© simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ grinçai eus grincĂ©   (tu) grince   Present grinçant
tu grinças eus grincĂ©   (nous) grinçons   Past grincĂ©
il grinça eut grincĂ©   (vous) grincez   Perfect ayant grincĂ©
nous grinçâmes eĂ»mes grincĂ©   Past imperative    
vous grinçâtes eĂ»tes grincĂ©   (tu) aie grincĂ© Past infinitive
ils grincèrent eurent grincĂ©   (nous) ayons grincĂ©   avoir grincĂ©
        (vous) ayez grincĂ©    

  Grincer is a spelling change verb (c to ç).

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