Opposer – to object, to contrast, to put into competition

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vousopposezopposiezopposerezopposeriezopposiez opposassiez
 Passé composéPast perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai opposéavais opposéaurai opposéaurais opposéaie opposéeusse opposé
tuas opposéavais opposéauras opposéaurais opposéaies opposéeusses opposé
ila opposéavait opposéaura opposéaurait opposéait opposéeût opposé
nousavons opposéavions opposéaurons opposéaurions opposéayons opposéeussions opposé
vousavez opposéaviez opposéaurez opposéauriez opposéayez opposéeussiez opposé
ilsont opposéavaient opposéauront opposéauraient opposéaient opposéeussent opposé
 Passé simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
j’opposaieus opposé (tu)oppose Presentopposant
tuopposaseus opposé (nous)opposons Pastopposé
ilopposaeut opposé (vous)opposez Perfectayant opposé
nousopposâmeseûmes opposé Past imperative  
vousopposâteseûtes opposé (tu)aie opposéPast infinitive
ilsopposèrenteurent opposé (nous)ayons opposé avoir opposé
    (vous)ayez opposé  

  Opposer is a regular -er verb.

Does s’opposer à ce que need the subjunctive?

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