Verb in French for melt: fondre

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            The verb in French for melt, cast (metal), blend (colour) is the Regular re verb fondre.

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french-verb-to-melt-is-fondre
to melt: fondre
Imagine metal CAST in the FOUNDRY..

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

melt
fondsfondsfondfondonsfondezfondent
Past Imperfect
Imparfait

melted
fondaisfondaisfondaitfondionsfondiezfondaient
Simple Past
Passé Simple

melted
fondisfondisfonditfondîmesfondîtesfondirent
Future
Futur

will melt
fondraifondrasfondrafondronsfondrezfondront
Conditional
Conditionnel

would melt
fondraisfondraisfondraitfondrionsfondriezfondraient
Subjunctive
Subjonctif

may melt
fondefondesfondefondionsfondiezfondent
Compound Tenses fondre
Present Perfect
Passé Composé

have melted
ai fonduas fondua fonduavons fonduavez fonduont fondu
Past Perfect
Plus-que-Parfait

had melted
avais fonduavais fonduavait fonduavions fonduaviez fonduavaient fondu
Future Perfect
Futur Antérieur

will have melted
aurai fonduauras fonduaura fonduaurons fonduaurez fonduauront fondu
Conditional Perfect
Conditionnel Passé

would have melted
aurais fonduaurais fonduaurait fonduaurions fonduauriez fonduauraient fondu
Imperative
Imperatif

melt!
fondsfondonsfondez

        MORE on the FRENCH VERB fondre      


French for melt =fondrefondre: to melt, to waste away, to soften
fondre en larmes: to dissolve into tears
fondre sur: to swoop down on
se fondre dans la masse: to blend in with the crowd
la fondue: (parisienne) meat covered with breadcrums and dipped in hot oil; (savoyarde) bread dipped in melt cheese
la fonte des neiges: thaw

  HOW TO CONQUER FRENCH VERB CONJUGATION   

  • The French verb for melt fondre is a Regular RE verb conjugated using the same pattern of endings as almost 100 other Regular RE verbs.
  • Learn to conjugate fondre and it will reinforce the pattern for ALL Regular RE verbs, these being the 3rd French regular common verb pattern.
  • Do a series of RE verbs every day for a month and you will have a solid knowledge of the RE verbs' conjugation patterns. Keep doing them with a new one every day from the French Verbs List.
  • Repeating these tables aloud 10 times throughout the day will better embed the patterns into your subconscious, and your long term memory.
  • Reciting aloud is a great way for you to practice your pronunciation, and helps you to memorize the conjugations.

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