Promettre – to promise

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je promets promettais promettrai promettrais promette promisse
tu promets promettais promettras promettrais promettes promises
il promet promettait promettra promettrait promette promît
nous promettons promettions promettrons promettrions promettions promissions
vous promettez promettiez promettrez promettriez promettiez promissiez
ils promettent promettaient promettront promettraient promettent promissent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai promis avais promis aurai promis aurais promis aie promis eusse promis
tu as promis avais promis auras promis aurais promis aies promis eusses promis
il a promis avait promis aura promis aurait promis ait promis eût promis
nous avons promis avions promis aurons promis aurions promis ayons promis eussions promis
vous avez promis aviez promis aurez promis auriez promis ayez promis eussiez promis
ils ont promis avaient promis auront promis auraient promis aient promis eussent promis
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ promis eus promis   (tu) promets   Present promettant
tu promis eus promis   (nous) promettons   Past promis
il promit eut promis   (vous) promettez   Perfect ayant promis
nous promîmes eûmes promis   Past imperative    
vous promîtes eûtes promis   (tu) aie promis Past infinitive
ils promirent eurent promis   (nous) ayons promis   avoir promis
        (vous) ayez promis    

  Promettre is an irregular -re verb.

Does promettre need the subjunctive?

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