Talonner – to pursue, hound; to kick, spur on; (boat) to scrape the river/sea bed

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
voustalonneztalonnieztalonnereztalonnerieztalonniez talonnassiez
 PassĂ© composĂ©Past perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai talonnĂ©avais talonnĂ©aurai talonnĂ©aurais talonnĂ©aie talonnĂ©eusse talonnĂ©
tuas talonnéavais talonnéauras talonnéaurais talonnéaies talonnéeusses talonné
ila talonnéavait talonnéaura talonnéaurait talonnéait talonnéeût talonné
nousavons talonnéavions talonnéaurons talonnéaurions talonnéayons talonnéeussions talonné
vousavez talonnéaviez talonnéaurez talonnéauriez talonnéayez talonnéeussiez talonné
ilsont talonnéavaient talonnéauront talonnéauraient talonnéaient talonnéeussent talonné
 PassĂ© simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’talonnaieus talonnĂ© (tu)talonne Presenttalonnant
tutalonnaseus talonnĂ© (nous)talonnons PasttalonnĂ©
iltalonnaeut talonnĂ© (vous)talonnez Perfectayant talonnĂ©
noustalonnĂ¢meseĂ»mes talonnĂ© Past imperative  
voustalonnĂ¢teseĂ»tes talonnĂ© (tu)aie talonnĂ©Past infinitive
ilstalonnèrenteurent talonnĂ© (nous)ayons talonnĂ© avoir talonnĂ©
    (vous)ayez talonnĂ©  

  Talonner is a regular -er verb.

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