Persister – to persist, last

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je persiste persistais persisterai persisterais persiste persistasse
tu persistes persistais persisteras persisterais persistes persistasses
il persiste persistait persistera persisterait persiste persistât
nous persistons persistions persisterons persisterions persistions persistassions
vous persistez persistiez persisterez persisteriez persistiez persistassiez
ils persistent persistaient persisteront persisteraient persistent persistassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai persisté avais persisté aurai persisté aurais persisté aie persisté eusse persisté
tu as persisté avais persisté auras persisté aurais persisté aies persisté eusses persisté
il a persisté avait persisté aura persisté aurait persisté ait persisté eût persisté
nous avons persisté avions persisté aurons persisté aurions persisté ayons persisté eussions persisté
vous avez persisté aviez persisté aurez persisté auriez persisté ayez persisté eussiez persisté
ils ont persisté avaient persisté auront persisté auraient persisté aient persisté eussent persisté
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ persistai eus persisté   (tu) persiste   Present persistant
tu persistas eus persisté   (nous) persistons   Past persisté
il persista eut persisté   (vous) persistez   Perfect ayant persisté
nous persistâmes eûmes persisté   Past imperative    
vous persistâtes eûtes persisté   (tu) aie persisté Past infinitive
ils persistèrent eurent persisté   (nous) ayons persisté   avoir persisté
        (vous) ayez persisté    

  Persister is a regular -er verb.

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