Conjugate aller in Le Conditionnel Présent (conditional mood)

The verb aller in Conditionnel Présent uses the same irregular stem as in Futur Simpleir-


Conditionnel Présent
j' irais
tu irais
il irait
elle irait
on irait
nous irions
vous iriez
ils iraient
elles iraient
 
Have a look at these sentences:

Si j'étais riche, j'irais au Japon.
If I was rich, I would go to Japan.

Tu irais là-bas, n'est-ce pas?
You would go there, wouldn´t you?

Il irait s'il n'était pas si paresseux!
He would go if he wasn´t so lazy!

Nous irions en Afrique.
We would go to Africa.

iriez-vous?
Where would you go?

Les enfants iraient se coucher tôt.
The children would go to bed early.

Here's how to form the Conditionnel Présent  of aller:
 
ir- + endings of Imparfait-ais, -ais, -ait, -ions, -iez, -aient 
The je form has the same pronunciation as in  Futur Simple. Look for the context!

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Tu irais là-bas, n'est-ce pas?
You would go there, wouldn´t you?


Nous irions en Afrique.
We would go to Africa.


Si j'étais riche, j'irais au Japon.
If I was rich, I would go to Japan.



Les enfants iraient se coucher tôt.
The children would go to bed early.


Il irait s'il n'était pas si paresseux!
He would go if he wasn´t so lazy!


iriez-vous?
Where would you go?


Q&A

Latha

Kwiziq community member

26 December 2018

4 replies

Il irait s'il n'était pas si paresseux! Here si is used to express so..whereas in some other sentence i Saw tellement contente for so happy.how is the

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Chris

Kwiziq community member

26 December 2018

26/12/18

Si, tellement, tant or (very colloquially) vachement : they all mean "so", as in:  

Ils étaient si heureux. -- They were so happy. 

Latha

Kwiziq community member

26 December 2018

26/12/18

D'accord.merci

Chris

Kwiziq community member

26 December 2018

26/12/18

Actually, I take it back:"vachement" is more like "very" then "so".

Latha

Kwiziq community member

26 December 2018

26/12/18

Okay

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