Saturday, March 14, 2020

How to Conjugate Remercier (to Thank)

How to Conjugate Remercier (to Thank) The French verb remercier means to thank. You may see that merci is in the center of the word: Merci, of course, is how you say thanks in French.   How to Conjugate the French Verb Remercier Remercier follows the conjugation pattern of regular -er verbs. As you do when conjugating regular verbs, you drop the infinitive ending from the verb to find the stem (remerci-) and add the ending appropriate of the subject pronoun and tense. The charts below will help you conjugate remercier. Present Future Imperfect Present participle je remercie remercierai remerciais remerciant tu remercies remercieras remerciais il remercie remerciera remerciait nous remercions remercierons remerciions vous remerciez remerciez remerciiez ils remercient remercieront remerciaient Subjunctive Conditional Pass simple Imperfect subjunctive je remercie remercierais remerciai remerciasse tu remercies remercierais remercias remerciasses il remercie remercierait remercia remercit nous remerciions remercierions remercimes remerciassions vous remerciiez remercieriez remercites remerciassiez ils remercient remercieraient remercirent remerciassent Imperative (tu) remercie (nous) remercions (vous) remerciez How to Use Remercier in the Past Tense The passà © simple is a literary tense, meaning its not used in conversation. To render a verb in the past tense, youll most commonly use the compound passà © composà ©. The passà © composà © requires an  auxiliary verb  and a  past participle: The auxiliary verb for remercier is  avoir  and the past participle is remercià ©.   For example: Elle lui a remercià © pour le livre.  She thanked him for the book.

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