What are the different conjugations for avoir?


Present - eg. I have


tu as

il/elle/on a 

nous avons

vous avez

ils/elles ont

Past eg. I had

j'ai eu

tu as eu

il/elle/on a eu

nous avons eu

vous avez eu

ils/elles ont eu

Imperfect eg. I used to have


tu avais

il/elle/on avait

nous avions

vous aviez

ils/elles avaient

Future eg. I will have 


tu aurais

il/elle/on aurait

nous aurons

vous aurez

ils/elles auront

Conditional eg. I could have


tu aurais

il/elle/on aurait

nous aurions

vous auriez

ils/elles auraient

Subjunctive (Students aiming for A* grade) 


tu aies

il/elle/on ait

nous ayons

vous ayez

ils/elles aient

NB: the subjunctive (or subjonctif) is only used in very specific situations so be wary of using it unless you are sure you are correct. A good example is after 'bien que' which means 'although'.

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