Raconter – to tell, recount

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je raconte racontais raconterai raconterais raconte racontasse
tu racontes racontais raconteras raconterais racontes racontasses
il raconte racontait racontera raconterait raconte racontât
nous racontons racontions raconterons raconterions racontions racontassions
vous racontez racontiez raconterez raconteriez racontiez racontassiez
ils racontent racontaient raconteront raconteraient racontent racontassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai raconté avais raconté aurai raconté aurais raconté aie raconté eusse raconté
tu as raconté avais raconté auras raconté aurais raconté aies raconté eusses raconté
il a raconté avait raconté aura raconté aurait raconté ait raconté eût raconté
nous avons raconté avions raconté aurons raconté aurions raconté ayons raconté eussions raconté
vous avez raconté aviez raconté aurez raconté auriez raconté ayez raconté eussiez raconté
ils ont raconté avaient raconté auront raconté auraient raconté aient raconté eussent raconté
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ racontai eus raconté   (tu) raconte   Present racontant
tu racontas eus raconté   (nous) racontons   Past raconté
il raconta eut raconté   (vous) racontez   Perfect ayant raconté
nous racontâmes eûmes raconté   Past imperative    
vous racontâtes eûtes raconté   (tu) aie raconté Past infinitive
ils racontèrent eurent raconté   (nous) ayons raconté   avoir raconté
        (vous) ayez raconté    

  Raconter is a regular -er verb.

Does raconter need the subjunctive?

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