Provenir – to come from, be due to

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vousprovenezproveniezproviendrezproviendriezproveniez provinssiez
 Passé composéPast perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
jesuis provenuétais provenuserai provenuserais provenusois provenufusse provenu
tues provenuétais provenuseras provenuserais provenusois provenufusses provenu
ilest provenuétait provenusera provenuserait provenusoit provenufût provenu
noussommes provenusétions provenusserons provenusserions provenussoyons provenusfussions provenus
vousêtes provenu(s)étiez provenu(s)serez provenu(s)seriez provenu(s)soyez provenu(s)fussiez provenu(s)
ilssont provenusétaient provenusseront provenusseraient provenussoient provenusfussent provenus
 Passé simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
jeprovinsfus provenu (tu)proviens Presentprovenant
tuprovinsfus provenu (nous)provenons Pastprovenu
ilprovintfut provenu (vous)provenez Perfectétant provenu
nousprovînmesfûmes provenus Past imperative  
vousprovîntesfûtes provenu(s) (tu)sois provenuPast infinitive
ilsprovinrentfurent provenus (nous)soyons provenus être provenu
    (vous)soyez provenu(s)  

  Provenir is an irregular -ir verb.

Lesson: être verbs

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