Procurer – to procure, get, bring

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je procure procurais procurerai procurerais procure procurasse
tu procures procurais procureras procurerais procures procurasses
il procure procurait procurera procurerait procure procurât
nous procurons procurions procurerons procurerions procurions procurassions
vous procurez procuriez procurerez procureriez procuriez procurassiez
ils procurent procuraient procureront procureraient procurent procurassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai procuré avais procuré aurai procuré aurais procuré aie procuré eusse procuré
tu as procuré avais procuré auras procuré aurais procuré aies procuré eusses procuré
il a procuré avait procuré aura procuré aurait procuré ait procuré eût procuré
nous avons procuré avions procuré aurons procuré aurions procuré ayons procuré eussions procuré
vous avez procuré aviez procuré aurez procuré auriez procuré ayez procuré eussiez procuré
ils ont procuré avaient procuré auront procuré auraient procuré aient procuré eussent procuré
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ procurai eus procuré   (tu) procure   Present procurant
tu procuras eus procuré   (nous) procurons   Past procuré
il procura eut procuré   (vous) procurez   Perfect ayant procuré
nous procurâmes eûmes procuré   Past imperative    
vous procurâtes eûtes procuré   (tu) aie procuré Past infinitive
ils procurèrent eurent procuré   (nous) ayons procuré   avoir procuré
        (vous) ayez procuré    

  Procurer is a regular -er verb.

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