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

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
j’ oppose opposais opposerai opposerais oppose opposasse
tu opposes opposais opposeras opposerais opposes opposasses
il oppose opposait opposera opposerait oppose opposât
nous opposons opposions opposerons opposerions opposions opposassions
vous opposez opposiez opposerez opposeriez opposiez opposassiez
ils opposent opposaient opposeront opposeraient opposent opposassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai opposé avais opposé aurai opposé aurais opposé aie opposé eusse opposé
tu as opposé avais opposé auras opposé aurais opposé aies opposé eusses opposé
il a opposé avait opposé aura opposé aurait opposé ait opposé eût opposé
nous avons opposé avions opposé aurons opposé aurions opposé ayons opposé eussions opposé
vous avez opposé aviez opposé aurez opposé auriez opposé ayez opposé eussiez opposé
ils ont opposé avaient opposé auront opposé auraient opposé aient opposé eussent opposé
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
j’ opposai eus opposé   (tu) oppose   Present opposant
tu opposas eus opposé   (nous) opposons   Past opposé
il opposa eut opposé   (vous) opposez   Perfect ayant opposé
nous opposâmes eûmes opposé   Past imperative    
vous opposâtes eûtes opposé   (tu) aie opposé Past infinitive
ils opposèrent eurent 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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