Reporter – to take back; to postpone, put off, defer; to transfer

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je reporte reportais reporterai reporterais reporte reportasse
tu reportes reportais reporteras reporterais reportes reportasses
il reporte reportait reportera reporterait reporte reportât
nous reportons reportions reporterons reporterions reportions reportassions
vous reportez reportiez reporterez reporteriez reportiez reportassiez
ils reportent reportaient reporteront reporteraient reportent reportassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai reporté avais reporté aurai reporté aurais reporté aie reporté eusse reporté
tu as reporté avais reporté auras reporté aurais reporté aies reporté eusses reporté
il a reporté avait reporté aura reporté aurait reporté ait reporté eût reporté
nous avons reporté avions reporté aurons reporté aurions reporté ayons reporté eussions reporté
vous avez reporté aviez reporté aurez reporté auriez reporté ayez reporté eussiez reporté
ils ont reporté avaient reporté auront reporté auraient reporté aient reporté eussent reporté
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ reportai eus reporté   (tu) reporte   Present reportant
tu reportas eus reporté   (nous) reportons   Past reporté
il reporta eut reporté   (vous) reportez   Perfect ayant reporté
nous reportâmes eûmes reporté   Past imperative    
vous reportâtes eûtes reporté   (tu) aie reporté Past infinitive
ils reportèrent eurent reporté   (nous) ayons reporté   avoir reporté
        (vous) ayez reporté    

  Reporter is a regular -er verb.

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