Lasser – to weary, tire, exhaust

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je lasse lassais lasserai lasserais lasse lassasse
tu lasses lassais lasseras lasserais lasses lassasses
il lasse lassait lassera lasserait lasse lassât
nous lassons lassions lasserons lasserions lassions lassassions
vous lassez lassiez lasserez lasseriez lassiez lassassiez
ils lassent lassaient lasseront lasseraient lassent lassassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai lassé avais lassé aurai lassé aurais lassé aie lassé eusse lassé
tu as lassé avais lassé auras lassé aurais lassé aies lassé eusses lassé
il a lassé avait lassé aura lassé aurait lassé ait lassé eût lassé
nous avons lassé avions lassé aurons lassé aurions lassé ayons lassé eussions lassé
vous avez lassé aviez lassé aurez lassé auriez lassé ayez lassé eussiez lassé
ils ont lassé avaient lassé auront lassé auraient lassé aient lassé eussent lassé
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ lassai eus lassé   (tu) lasse   Present lassant
tu lassas eus lassé   (nous) lassons   Past lassé
il lassa eut lassé   (vous) lassez   Perfect ayant lassé
nous lassâmes eûmes lassé   Past imperative    
vous lassâtes eûtes lassé   (tu) aie lassé Past infinitive
ils lassèrent eurent lassé   (nous) ayons lassé   avoir lassé
        (vous) ayez lassé    

  Lasser is a regular -er verb.

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