French Present Conditional Endings Chart

French Present Conditional

The French conditional is mostly used in si clauses to describe what would happen if some condition were met. Be careful about considering the use of the conditional every time you want to say would or could, because some situations call for the imperfect tense.



Irregular Present Conditional Stems



The following examples are si clauses which also require the imperfect tense:



MORE VERB ENDINGS CHARTS

Regular verbs ending in ER, IR, and DRE

French imperfect tense

Le futur simple

Le conditionnel

Le subjonctif


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