Soutenir – to support

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je soutiens soutenais soutiendrai soutiendrais soutienne soutinsse
tu soutiens soutenais soutiendras soutiendrais soutiennes soutinsses
il soutient soutenait soutiendra soutiendrait soutienne soutînt
nous soutenons soutenions soutiendrons soutiendrions soutenions soutinssions
vous soutenez souteniez soutiendrez soutiendriez souteniez soutinssiez
ils soutiennent soutenaient soutiendront soutiendraient soutiennent soutinssent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai soutenu avais soutenu aurai soutenu aurais soutenu aie soutenu eusse soutenu
tu as soutenu avais soutenu auras soutenu aurais soutenu aies soutenu eusses soutenu
il a soutenu avait soutenu aura soutenu aurait soutenu ait soutenu eût soutenu
nous avons soutenu avions soutenu aurons soutenu aurions soutenu ayons soutenu eussions soutenu
vous avez soutenu aviez soutenu aurez soutenu auriez soutenu ayez soutenu eussiez soutenu
ils ont soutenu avaient soutenu auront soutenu auraient soutenu aient soutenu eussent soutenu
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je soutins eus soutenu   (tu) soutiens   Present soutenant
tu soutins eus soutenu   (nous) soutenons   Past soutenu
il soutint eut soutenu   (vous) soutenez   Perfect ayant soutenu
nous soutînmes eûmes soutenu   Past imperative    
vous soutîntes eûtes soutenu   (tu) aie soutenu Past infinitive
ils soutinrent eurent soutenu   (nous) ayons soutenu   avoir soutenu
        (vous) ayez soutenu    

  Soutenir is an irregular -ir verb.

Does soutenir need the subjunctive?

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