In this French grammar lesson you will learn about the regular er verbs subjonctif passé conjugation.
In this lesson you will learn about:
- how regular -er verbs are conjugated in French
- the regular -er verbs in French
- how regular -er verbs are pronounced in French
- how regular -er verbs are used in sentences in French
- how you can quiz yourself on regular -er verbs subjonctif passé conjugations
- how to practice with flashcards on regular -er verbs subjonctif 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 the regular er verbs subjonctif passé conjugation!
Table of Contents
Regular er Verbs Subjonctif Passé Conjugation Table
|avoir subjonctif présent|
|que j’||aie||particip passé|
|que tu||aies||particip passé|
|que nous||ayons||particip passé|
|que vous||ayez||particip passé|
Regular -er Verbs Conjugation Method
This section will show you how regular -er verbs are conjugated in the subjonctif passé.
There is a two step method that will make everything very easy for you.
In order to conjugate verbs that end with -er in the subjonctif passé one must:
- Conjugate avoir in the subjonctif présent
- Add the particip passé
The verb parler means “to speak” in English.
We will take this verb and conjugate it in the “je” form using the two step method.
The je form of avoir in the subjonctif présent is aie.
The particip passé of parler is parlé.
So, the je form of parler in the subjonctif passé is:
que j’aie parlé
Common Regular -er Verbs
French has three regular verb groups
- regular -er verbs
- regular -ir verbs
- regular -re verbs
The regular -er verbs group is the biggest and most useful group. Most French verbs fall in this group.
Here is a list of common verbs that you are sure to encounter in day-to-day life:
|aimer||to like/to love|
|chercher||to look for|
|commander||to order/to command|
|visiter||to visit (a place)|
Pronunciation of Regular er Verbs Subjonctif Conjugations
There is 1 important rule to take into account, when you want to pronounce regular er verbs subjonctif passé conjugations.
- The je, tu, il/elle/on and ils/elles form have the same pronunciation of the verb.
que j’aie parlé
que tu aies parlé
qu’il aie parlé
qu’ils aient parlé
You don’t pronounce the letters highlighted in red.
Example Sentences with Regular er Verbs Subjonctif Passé Conjugations
The final section of this lesson on regular er verbs subjonctif passé conjugations is about seeing the verb in action.
This is valuable because you can improve your understanding on regular er verbs subjonctif passé conjugations through examples.
C’est le meilleur poisson que j’aie mangé.
It’s the best fish I’ve ever eaten.
J’ai peur qu’il ait manqué le bus.
I am afraid that he has missed the bus.
Il est possible que le musée ait fermé.
It is possible that the museum has closed.
Je suis déçu que vous ayez refusé mon offre.
I am disapointed that you refused my offer.
Nous craignons qu’ils aient raté le train.
We fear that they missed the train.
Quiz Yourself on Regular er Verbs Subjonctif Passé Conjugations
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You will see the sentences of the previous chapter.
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.
You can redo the quiz as many times as you want!
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