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    Does any one have a link to a document with all irregular french verbs in subjunctive and what their irregular conjugations are.

    I know the basic ones, aller, avoir, savoir, vouloir, falloir etre faire pouvoir , but have come across ones like finir, rendre? IS there a rule that tells you theyre irregular?

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    (Original post by love_lingo)
    Does any one have a link to a document with all irregular french verbs in subjunctive and what their irregular conjugations are.

    I know the basic ones, aller, avoir, savoir, vouloir, falloir etre faire pouvoir , but have come across ones like finir, rendre? IS there a rule that tells you theyre irregular?

    Aidez-moi svp!

    Vicki.
    finir and rendre are not irregular subjunctive verbs. They follow the same pattern as -ir and -re verbs in general.

    For a summary of irregulars:
    https://www.laits.utexas.edu/tex/gr/tas2.html
 
 
 
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