Saluer - to greet, salute; to take one's leave

Simple conjugations for the French verb saluer

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The French verb saluer means to greet or salute but can also mean to take one's leave. Find simple conjugations for this regular -er verb in the tables below.

Conjugations of Saluer

 

 Present  Future  Imperfect Present participle
jesaluesalueraisaluaissaluant 
tusaluessaluerassaluais 
ilsaluesaluerasaluaitPassé composé
noussaluonssalueronssaluions   Auxiliary verb avoir
voussaluezsaluerezsaluiez   Past participle salué
ilssaluentsaluerontsaluaient 
 
 Subjunctive Conditional Passé simple Imperfect subjunctive
jesaluesalueraissaluaisaluasse
tusaluessalueraissaluassaluasses
ilsaluesalueraitsaluasaluât
noussaluionssaluerionssaluâmessaluassions
voussaluiezsalueriezsaluâtessaluassiez
ilssaluentsalueraientsaluèrentsaluassent
 
 Imperative 
(tu)salue Verb conjugation pattern
Saluer is a regular -ER verb
(nous) saluons 
(vous)saluez 
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Lawless, Laura K. "Saluer - to greet, salute; to take one's leave." ThoughtCo, Oct. 26, 2017, thoughtco.com/saluer-to-greet-or-salute-1370872. Lawless, Laura K. (2017, October 26). Saluer - to greet, salute; to take one's leave. Retrieved from https://www.thoughtco.com/saluer-to-greet-or-salute-1370872 Lawless, Laura K. "Saluer - to greet, salute; to take one's leave." ThoughtCo. https://www.thoughtco.com/saluer-to-greet-or-salute-1370872 (accessed January 24, 2018).