Verb in French for cork: boucher

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            The verb in French for cork (bottle), fill is the Regular er verb boucher.

To remember this imagine: George BUSH puts the CORK in the bottle.

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french-verb-to-cork-is-boucher
to cork: boucher
Imagine George BUSH puts the CORK in the bottle..

VERB CONJUGATION TABLE boucher
Simple Tenses boucher
TENSE
je/j’
tu
il
nous
vous
ils
Present
Présent

cork
bouchebouchesbouchebouchonsbouchezbouchent
Past Imperfect
Imparfait

corked
bouchaisbouchaisbouchaitbouchionsbouchiezbouchaient
Simple Past
Passé Simple

corked
bouchaibouchasbouchabouchâmesbouchâtesbouchèrent
Future
Futur

will cork
boucheraiboucherasboucheraboucheronsboucherezboucheront
Conditional
Conditionnel

would cork
boucheraisboucheraisboucheraitboucherionsboucheriezboucheraient
Subjunctive
Subjonctif

may cork
bouchebouchesbouchebouchionsbouchiezbouchent
Compound Tenses boucher
Present Perfect
Passé Composé

have corked
ai bouchéas bouchéa bouchéavons bouchéavez bouchéont bouché
Past Perfect
Plus-que-Parfait

had corked
avais bouchéavais bouchéavait bouchéavions bouchéaviez bouchéavaient bouché
Future Perfect
Futur Antérieur

will have corked
aurai bouchéauras bouchéaura bouchéaurons bouchéaurez bouchéauront bouché
Conditional Perfect
Conditionnel Passé

would have corked
aurais bouchéaurais bouchéaurait bouchéaurions bouchéauriez bouchéauraient bouché
Imperative
Imperatif

cork!
bouchebouchonsbouchez

        MORE on the FRENCH VERB boucher      


French for cork =boucherboucher: to cork, to block, to fill
se boucher les oreilles: to put one's fingers in one's ears
en boucher un coin à quelqu'un: to amaze somebody
t'es bouché ou quoi ? (colloquial): are you deaf or what?

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  • The French verb for cork boucher is a Regular ER verb conjugated using the same pattern of endings as 5,000+ other Regular ER verbs.
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