Daily Verb Lesson: French for park is stationner

The verb in French for park (as in park your car) is the regular ER verb stationner.

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Simple Tenses stationner

stationne stationnes stationne stationnons stationnez stationnent
Past Imperfect
stationnais stationnais stationnait stationnions stationniez stationnaient
Simple Past
Passé Simple

stationnai stationnas stationna stationnâmes stationnâtes stationnèrent

will park
stationnerai stationneras stationnera stationnerons stationnerez stationneront

would park
stationnerais stationnerais stationnerait stationnerions stationneriez stationneraient

may park
stationne stationnes stationne stationnions stationniez stationnent
Compound Tenses stationner
Present Perfect
Passé Composé

have parked
ai stationné as stationné a stationné avons stationné avez stationné ont stationné
Past Perfect

had parked
avais stationné avais stationné avait stationné avions stationné aviez stationné avaient stationné
Future Perfect
Futur Antérieur

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

would have parked
aurais stationné aurais stationné aurait stationné aurions stationné auriez stationné auraient stationné

stationne ! stationnons ! stationnez !
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