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There are three main verb categories, verbs ending in -er, -ir and -re.
French verbs are commonlconjugated in five simple tenses and five compound tenses. They are also conjugated in the "literary" or "historic" tenses, each of which have a commonly used equivalent tense. These literary tenses are used often in literature and history. There are two simple literary tenses and three compound literary tenses.
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The commonly used simple tenses are: the present tense (''le présent''), the imperfect (''l'imparfait''), the future (''le futur''), the present subjunctive (''le subjonctif'') and the present conditional (''le conditionnel'').
The commonly conjugated compound tenses are the perfect (''le passé composé''), the pluperfect (''le plus-que-parfait''), the future perfect (''le futur antérieur''), the imperfect subjunctive (''le subjonctif passé'') and the past conditional (''le conditionnel passé'').
The perfect is the tense in common use used to describe actions that were started and completed in the past. The imperfect is the tense used to describe actions that were ongoing or continuous in the past or to describe habitual or repetitive action. The present and past subjunctives are used to describe doubt, emotions, possibilities and events which may or may not occur.
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The simple literary tenses are the simple past or past historic (''le pass&eacute; simple''), replaced in ordinary language by the perfect tense, and the imperfect subjunctive (''l'imparfait du subjonctif''), replaced in ordinary language by the present subjunctive.
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