Partager – to share

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je partage partageais partagerai partagerais partage partageasse
tu partages partageais partageras partagerais partages partageasses
il partage partageait partagera partagerait partage partageât
nous partageons partagions partagerons partagerions partagions partageassions
vous partagez partagiez partagerez partageriez partagiez partageassiez
ils partagent partageaient partageront partageraient partagent partageassent
  PassĂ© composĂ© Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai partagĂ© avais partagĂ© aurai partagĂ© aurais partagĂ© aie partagĂ© eusse partagĂ©
tu as partagé avais partagé auras partagé aurais partagé aies partagé eusses partagé
il a partagé avait partagé aura partagé aurait partagé ait partagé eût partagé
nous avons partagé avions partagé aurons partagé aurions partagé ayons partagé eussions partagé
vous avez partagé aviez partagé aurez partagé auriez partagé ayez partagé eussiez partagé
ils ont partagé avaient partagé auront partagé auraient partagé aient partagé eussent partagé
  PassĂ© simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ partageai eus partagĂ©   (tu) partage   Present partageant
tu partageas eus partagĂ©   (nous) partageons   Past partagĂ©
il partagea eut partagĂ©   (vous) partagez   Perfect ayant partagĂ©
nous partageâmes eĂ»mes partagĂ©   Past imperative    
vous partageâtes eĂ»tes partagĂ©   (tu) aie partagĂ© Past infinitive
ils partagèrent eurent partagĂ©   (nous) ayons partagĂ©   avoir partagĂ©
        (vous) ayez partagĂ©    

  Partager is a spelling change verb.

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