Vacciner – to vaccinate

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je vaccine vaccinais vaccinerai vaccinerais vaccine vaccinasse
tu vaccines vaccinais vaccineras vaccinerais vaccines vaccinasses
il vaccine vaccinait vaccinera vaccinerait vaccine vaccinât
nous vaccinons vaccinions vaccinerons vaccinerions vaccinions vaccinassions
vous vaccinez vacciniez vaccinerez vaccineriez vacciniez vaccinassiez
ils vaccinent vaccinaient vaccineront vaccineraient vaccinent vaccinassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai vacciné avais vacciné aurai vacciné aurais vacciné aie vacciné eusse vacciné
tu as vacciné avais vacciné auras vacciné aurais vacciné aies vacciné eusses vacciné
il a vacciné avait vacciné aura vacciné aurait vacciné ait vacciné eût vacciné
nous avons vacciné avions vacciné aurons vacciné aurions vacciné ayons vacciné eussions vacciné
vous avez vacciné aviez vacciné aurez vacciné auriez vacciné ayez vacciné eussiez vacciné
ils ont vacciné avaient vacciné auront vacciné auraient vacciné aient vacciné eussent vacciné
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ vaccinai eus vacciné   (tu) vaccine   Present vaccinant
tu vaccinas eus vacciné   (nous) vaccinons   Past vacciné
il vaccina eut vacciné   (vous) vaccinez   Perfect ayant vacciné
nous vaccinâmes eûmes vacciné   Past imperative    
vous vaccinâtes eûtes vacciné   (tu) aie vacciné Past infinitive
ils vaccinèrent eurent vacciné   (nous) ayons vacciné   avoir vacciné
        (vous) ayez vacciné    

  Vacciner is a regular -er verb.

Related vocabulary: Infectious diseases

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