Plaire – to please

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je plais plaisais plairai plairais plaise plusse
tu plais plaisais plairas plairais plaises plusses
il plait plaisait plaira plairait plaise pl没t
nous plaisons plaisions plairons plairions plaisions plussions
vous plaisez plaisiez plairez plairiez plaisiez plussiez
ils plaisent plaisaient plairont plairaient plaisent plussent
  Pass茅 compos茅 Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
je / j’ ai plu avais plu aurai plu aurais plu aie plu eusse plu
tu as plu avais plu auras plu aurais plu aies plu eusses plu
il a plu avait plu aura plu aurait plu ait plu e没t plu
nous avons plu avions plu aurons plu aurions plu ayons plu eussions plu
vous avez plu aviez plu aurez plu auriez plu ayez plu eussiez plu
ils ont plu avaient plu auront plu auraient plu aient plu eussent plu
  Pass茅 simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ plus eus plu   (tu) plais   Present plaisant
tu plus eus plu   (nous) plaisons   Past plu
il plut eut plu   (vous) plaisez   Perfect ayant plu
nous pl没mes e没mes plu   Past imperative    
vous pl没tes e没tes plu   (tu) aie plu Past infinitive
ils plurent eurent plu   (nous) ayons plu   avoir plu
        (vous) ayez plu    

  Plaire is an irregular -re verb.

Does 莽a me pla卯t need the subjunctive?

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