Daily Verb Lesson: French for whistle is siffler

The verb in French for whistle is the regular ER verb siffler.

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Simple Tenses siffler

siffle siffles siffle sifflons sifflez sifflent
Past Imperfect
sifflais sifflais sifflait sifflions siffliez sifflaient
Simple Past
Passé Simple

sifflai sifflas siffla sifflâmes sifflâtes sifflèrent

will whistle
sifflerai siffleras sifflera sifflerons sifflerez siffleront

would whistle
sifflerais sifflerais sifflerait sifflerions siffleriez siffleraient

may whistle
siffle siffles siffle sifflions siffliez sifflent
Compound Tenses siffler
Present Perfect
Passé Composé

have whistled
ai sifflé as sifflé a sifflé avons sifflé avez sifflé ont sifflé
Past Perfect

had whistled
avais sifflé avais sifflé avait sifflé avions sifflé aviez sifflé avaient sifflé
Future Perfect
Futur Antérieur

will have
aurai sifflé auras sifflé aura sifflé aurons sifflé aurez sifflé auront sifflé
Conditional Perfect
Conditionnel Passé

would have whistled
aurais sifflé aurais sifflé aurait sifflé aurions sifflé auriez sifflé auraient sifflé

siffle ! sifflons ! sifflez !
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