Plaire – to please

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
 Pass茅 compos茅Past perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
je / j’ai pluavais pluaurai pluaurais pluaie plueusse plu
tuas pluavais pluauras pluaurais pluaies plueusses plu
ila pluavait pluaura pluaurait pluait plue没t plu
nousavons pluavions pluaurons pluaurions pluayons plueussions plu
vousavez pluaviez pluaurez pluauriez pluayez plueussiez plu
ilsont pluavaient pluauront pluauraient pluaient plueussent plu
 Pass茅 simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’pluseus plu (tu)plais Presentplaisant
tupluseus plu (nous)plaisons Pastplu
ilpluteut plu (vous)plaisez Perfectayant plu
nouspl没mese没mes plu Past imperative  
vouspl没tese没tes plu (tu)aie pluPast infinitive
ilsplurenteurent 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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