How to Conjugate 'Remarquer' (to Notice; to Remark)

The French verb remarquer means "to notice" or "to remark." It is a regular -er verb, so it is easy to learn how to conjugate it.

How to Conjugate the French Verb Remarquer

The first step to conjugating a regular verb is to drop the infinitive ending from the verb to get the stem (remarqu-). You then add the ending appropriate of the subject pronoun and the tense. See the charts below to learn how to conjugate remarquer.

Present Future Imperfect Present participle
je remarque remarquerai remarquais remarquant
tu remarques remarqueras remarquais
il remarque remarquera remarquait
nous remarquons remarquerons remarquions
vous remarquez remarquerez remarquiez
ils remarquent remarqueront remarquaient
Subjunctive Conditional Passé simple Imperfect subjunctive
je remarque remarquerais remarquai remarquasse
tu remarques remarquerais remarquas remarquasses
il remarque remarquerait remarqua remarquât
nous remarquions remarquerions remarquâmes remarquassions
vous remarquiez remarqueriez remarquâtes remarquassiez
ils remarquent remarqueraient remarquèrent remarquassent
Imperative
(tu) remarque
(nous) remarquons
(vous) remarquez

How to Use Remarquer in the Past Tense

The most common way to use a French verb in the past tense is to use the passé composé. With this compound tense, you pair a verb's auxiliary verb and its past participle. The auxiliary verb for remarquer is avoir and the past participle is remarqué.

For example:

J'ai remarqué que nous avons besoin de lait.
I noticed that we need milk.