Passer – to pass, to go past

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vouspassezpassiezpasserezpasseriezpassiez passassiez
 PassĂ© composĂ©Past perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
je / j’suis passĂ©*Ă©tais passĂ©serai passĂ©serais passĂ©sois passĂ©fusse passĂ©
tues passéétais passéseras passéserais passésois passéfusses passé
ilest passéétait passésera passéserait passésoit passéfût passé
noussommes passésétions passésserons passésserions passéssoyons passésfussions passés
vousĂȘtes passĂ©(s)Ă©tiez passĂ©(s)serez passĂ©(s)seriez passĂ©(s)soyez passĂ©(s)fussiez passĂ©(s)
ilssont passésétaient passésseront passésseraient passéssoient passésfussent passés
 PassĂ© simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
jepassaifus passĂ© (tu)passe Presentpassant
tupassasfus passĂ© (nous)passons PastpassĂ©
ilpassafut passĂ© (vous)passez PerfectĂ©tant passĂ©
nouspassĂąmesfĂ»mes passĂ©s Past imperative  
vouspassĂątesfĂ»tes passĂ©(s) (tu)sois passĂ©Past infinitive
ilspassĂšrentfurent passĂ©s (nous)soyons passĂ©s ĂȘtre passĂ©
    (vous)soyez passĂ©(s)  
French expressions with passer
On a passĂ© trois jours Ă  Paris. – We spent 3 days in Paris.
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  Passer is a regular -er verb.

* The auxiliary verb is sometimes avoirlearn more.

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