Daily Verb Lesson: French for segment is segmenter

The French verb for segment is the regular ER verb segmenter.

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Simple Tenses segmenter

segmente segmentes segmente segmentons segmentez segmentent
Past Imperfect
segmentais segmentais segmentait segmentions segmentiez segmentaient
Simple Past
Passé Simple

segmentai segmentas segmenta segmentâmes segmentâtes segmentèrent

will segment
segmenterai segmenteras segmentera segmenterons segmenterez segmenteront

would segment
segmenterais segmenterais segmenterait segmenterions segmenteriez segmenteraient

may segment
segmente segmentes segmente segmentions segmentiez segmentent
Compound Tenses segmenter
Present Perfect
Passé Composé

have segmented
ai segmenté as segmenté a segmenté avons segmenté avez segmenté ont segmenté
Past Perfect

had segmented
avais segmenté avais segmenté avait segmenté avions segmenté aviez segmenté avaient segmenté
Future Perfect
Futur Antérieur

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

would have segmented
aurais segmenté aurais segmenté aurait segmenté aurions segmenté auriez segmenté auraient segmenté

segmente ! segmentons ! segmentez !
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