In this French grammar lesson you will learn about the aller conditionnel passé conjugation.
In this lesson you will learn about:
- how aller is conjugated in French
- how aller is pronounced in French
- how aller is used in sentences in French
- how you can quiz yourself on the aller conditionnel passé conjugation
- how to practice with flashcards on aller conditionnel passé conjugation
- how and why you should use the courses of Language Atlas to learn French
Please refer to the French B2 Curriculum to get a better overview of French grammar, if you are curious about how this fits in the overall structure of French B2.
By the end of the lesson you will know all about aller (to go)!
Table of Contents
Aller Conditionnel Passé Conjugation Table
|être conditionnel présent||aller particip passé|
|je||serais||allé – e|
|tu||serais||allé – e|
|il/elle/on||serait||allé – e|
|nous||serions||allé – e – s|
|vous||seriez||allé – e – s|
|ils/elles||seraient||allé – e – s|
Pronunciation of Aller Conditionnel Passé Conjugations
There are 2 important rules to take into account, when you want to pronounce an aller conditionnel passé conjugation.
- The je, tu, il/elle/on, and ils/elles form have the same pronunciation.
Je serais allé
Tu serais allé
Il serait allé
Ils seraient allé
- The je form of both the conditionnel passé and the futur antérieur have the same pronunciation.
Je serais allé
I would have gone
Je serai allé
I will have gone
The context will reveal which one is correct.
You don’t pronounce the letters highlighted in red.
Example Sentences with Aller Conditionnel Passé Conjugations
The final section of this lesson on the aller conditionnel passé conjugation is about seeing the verb in action.
This is valuable because you can improve your understanding on the aller conditionnel passé conjugation through examples.
Je serais allé au cinéma, si j’avais eu le temps.
I would have gone to the cinema, if I had had the time.
Si je n’avais rien dit, serais-tu allé jusqu’au bout ?
If I hadn’t said anything, would you have gone through with it?
S’il avait été libre, il serait allé nager.
If he had been free, he would have gone swimming.
Sur la question de la pêche, nous serions allés plus loin.
On the issue of fishing, we would have gone further.
Vous seriez allé en prison si je ne vous avais pas arrêté.
You’d have gone to prison if I hadn’t stopped you.
Une idée de l’endroit où elles seraient allées ?
Any idea where they would have gone?
Quiz Yourself on the Aller Conditionnel Passé Conjugation
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You will either need to fill in the blanks, choose the correct multiple choice option, or both.
Once you are done the correct answer will be shown.
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