Use the chart, examples, and video below to learn how to conjugate aller in the subjunctive tense (le subjonctif). To keep things simple, we'll only cover the subjunctive present.
Aller: Subjunctive Conjugation Chart
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Examples: how to conjugate aller in subjunctive tense
Here are some examples of conjugating aller in subjunctive (subjonctif) form:
Impossible que j'aille à Paris.
There's no way I can go to Paris.
Je ne savais pas que nous allions au cinéma.
I didn't know (that) we were going to the cinema.
Je veux que vous alliez là-bas.
I want you (to) go there.
- Aller is an irregular verb.
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Reminder of what the French personal pronouns mean:
- je = I
- tu = you (singular informal)
- il/elle = he/she
- on = we (formal)
- nous = we (informal)
- vous= you (singular formal OR plural (both formal and informal))
- ils/elles = they
How to conjugate aller in the subjunctive tense - recommended video:
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