Aller Subjunctive Conjugation
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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See how to conjugate aller in other tenses:
Conjugate aller in the present
Conjugate aller in the imperfect