Conjugation Guide for the French Verb "Perdre"

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If you're a fan of French sports, then you'll definitely want to know how to conjugate the verb perdre, which means "to lose." Whether you're discussing the results of last night's soccer match or savoring the prospect of avenging a loss in the future, this guide will help you choose the proper conjugation.

Conjugation Table

 Present  Future  Imperfect Present participle
jeperdsperdraiperdaisperdant 
tuperdsperdrasperdais 
ilperdperdraperdaitPassé composé
nousperdonsperdronsperdions   Auxiliary verb avoir
vousperdezperdrezperdiez   Past participle perdu
ilsperdentperdrontperdaient 
 
 Subjunctive Conditional Passé simple Imperfect subjunctive
jeperdeperdraisperdisperdisse
tuperdesperdraisperdisperdisses
ilperdeperdraitperditperdît
nousperdionsperdrionsperdîmesperdissions
vousperdiezperdriezperdîtesperdissiez
ilsperdentperdraientperdirentperdissent
 
 Imperative 
(tu)perds Verb conjugation pattern
Perdre is a regular -RE verb

Expressions with perdre
(nous) perdons 
(vous)perdez 
Format
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