Daily Verb Lesson: French for stay is séjourner
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The French for stay is the regular ER verb séjourner.

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Another useful word that is related is the word for a brief stay or visit is le séjour. You will also see that it is related to the English word - sojourn.

Simple Tenses séjourner

séjourne séjournes séjourne séjournons séjournez séjournent
Past Imperfect
séjournais séjournais séjournait séjournions séjourniez séjournaient
Simple Past
Passé Simple

séjournai séjournas séjourna séjournâmes séjournâtes séjournèrent

will stay
séjournerai séjourneras sééjournera séjournerons séjournerez séjourneront

would stay
séjournerais séjournerais séjournerait séjournerions séjourneriez séjourneraient

may stay
séjourne séjournes séjourne séjournions séjourniez séjournent
Compound Tenses séjourner
Present Perfect
Passé Composé

have stayed
ai séjourné as séjourné a séjourné avons séjourné avez séjourné ont séjourné
Past Perfect

had stayed
avais séjourné avais séjourné avait séjourné avions séjourné aviez séjourné avaient séjourné
Future Perfect
Futur Antérieur

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

would have stayed
aurais séjourné aurais séjourné aurait séjourné aurions séjourné auriez séjourné auraient séjourné

séjourne ! séjournons ! séjournez !
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