Ignorer – to not know

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
j’ ignore ignorais ignorerai ignorerais ignore ignorasse
tu ignores ignorais ignoreras ignorerais ignores ignorasses
il ignore ignorait ignorera ignorerait ignore ignorât
nous ignorons ignorions ignorerons ignorerions ignorions ignorassions
vous ignorez ignoriez ignorerez ignoreriez ignoriez ignorassiez
ils ignorent ignoraient ignoreront ignoreraient ignorent ignorassent
             
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai ignoré avais ignoré aurai ignoré aurais ignoré aie ignoré eusse ignoré
tu as ignoré avais ignoré auras ignoré aurais ignoré aies ignoré eusses ignoré
il a ignoré avait ignoré aura ignoré aurait ignoré ait ignoré eût ignoré
nous avons ignoré avions ignoré aurons ignoré aurions ignoré ayons ignoré eussions ignoré
vous avez ignoré aviez ignoré aurez ignoré auriez ignoré ayez ignoré eussiez ignoré
ils ont ignoré avaient ignoré auront ignoré auraient ignoré aient ignoré eussent ignoré
             
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
j’ ignorai eus ignoré   (tu) ignore   Present ignorant
tu ignoras eus ignoré   (nous) ignorons   Past ignoré
il ignora eut ignoré   (vous) ignorez   Perfect ayant ignoré
nous ignorâmes eûmes ignoré   Past imperative    
vous ignorâtes eûtes ignoré   (tu) aie ignoré Past infinitive
ils ignorèrent eurent ignoré   (nous) ayons ignoré   avoir ignoré
        (vous) ayez ignoré    

  Ignorer is a regular -er verb.

Does ignorer need the subjunctive?

Lesson: Savoir vs Connaître (and Ignorer)

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