Daily Verb Lesson: French for stabilize is stabiliser

The verb in French for stablize is the regular ER French verb stabiliser. Another French verb similar to the English.

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Simple Tenses stabiliser

stabilise stabilises stabilise stabilisons stabilisez stabilisent
Past Imperfect
stabilisais stabilisais stabilisait stabilisions stabilisiez stabilisaient
Simple Past
Passé Simple

stabilisai stabilisas stabilisa stabilisâmes stabilisâtes stabilisèrent

will stabilize
stabiliserai stabiliseras stabilisera stabiliserons stabiliserez stabiliseront

would stabilize
stabiliserais stabiliserais stabiliserait stabiliserions stabiliseriez stabiliseraient

may stabilize
stabilise stabilises stabilise stabilisions stabilisiez stabilisent
Compound Tenses stabiliser
Present Perfect
Passé Composé

have stabilized
ai stabilisé as stabilisé a stabilisé avons stabilisé avez stabilisé ont stabilisé
Past Perfect

had stabilized
avais stabilisé avais stabilisé avait stabilisé avions stabilisé aviez stabilisé avaient stabilisé
Future Perfect
Futur Antérieur

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

would have stabilized
aurais stabilisé aurais stabilisé aurait stabilisé aurions stabilisé auriez stabilisé auraient stabilisé

stabilise ! stabilisons ! stabilisez !
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