Fatiguer - to Fatigue, Tire

Simple conjugations for the French verb fatiguer

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The French verb fatiguer means to fatigue or tire. Find simple conjugations for this regular -er verb in the tables below.

Conjugations of Fatiguer

 

 Present  Future  Imperfect Present participle
jefatiguefatigueraifatiguaisfatiguant 
tufatiguesfatiguerasfatiguais 
ilfatiguefatiguerafatiguaitPassé composé
nousfatiguonsfatigueronsfatiguions   Auxiliary verb avoir
vousfatiguezfatiguerezfatiguiez   Past participle fatigué
ilsfatiguentfatiguerontfatiguaient 
 
 Subjunctive Conditional Passé simple Imperfect subjunctive
jefatiguefatigueraisfatiguaifatiguasse
tufatiguesfatigueraisfatiguasfatiguasses
ilfatiguefatigueraitfatiguafatiguât
nousfatiguionsfatiguerionsfatiguâmesfatiguassions
vousfatiguiezfatigueriezfatiguâtesfatiguassiez
ilsfatiguentfatigueraientfatiguèrentfatiguassent
 
 Imperative 
(tu)fatigue Verb conjugation pattern
Fatiguer is a regular -ER verb
(nous) fatiguons 
(vous)fatiguez 
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