Monter – to climb, to go up

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vousmontezmontiezmonterezmonteriezmontiez montassiez
 PassĂ© composĂ©Past perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
je / j’suis montĂ©*Ă©tais montĂ©serai montĂ©serais montĂ©sois montĂ©fusse montĂ©
tues montéétais montéseras montéserais montésois montéfusses monté
ilest montéétait montésera montéserait montésoit montéfût monté
noussommes montésétions montésserons montésserions montéssoyons montésfussions montés
vousêtes monté(s)étiez monté(s)serez monté(s)seriez monté(s)soyez monté(s)fussiez monté(s)
ilssont montésétaient montésseront montésseraient montéssoient montésfussent montés
 PassĂ© simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
jemontaifus montĂ© (tu)monte Presentmontant
tumontasfus montĂ© (nous)montons PastmontĂ©
ilmontafut montĂ© (vous)montez PerfectĂ©tant montĂ©
nousmontâmesfĂ»mes montĂ©s Past imperative  
vousmontâtesfĂ»tes montĂ©(s) (tu)sois montĂ©Past infinitive
ilsmontèrentfurent montĂ©s (nous)soyons montĂ©s ĂŞtre montĂ©
    (vous)soyez montĂ©(s)  

  Monter is a regular -er verb.


* The auxiliary verb is sometimes avoirlearn more.

French antonym Antonym: descendre  (to go down)

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