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 were 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!

Want to make sure your French sounds confident? We’ll map your knowledge and give you free lessons to focus on your gaps and mistakes. Start your Braimap today »

Learn more about these related French grammar topics

Examples and resources

Tu irais là-bas, n'est-ce pas?You would go there, wouldn´t you?
Les enfants iraient se coucher tôt.The children would go to bed early.
Si j'étais riche, j'irais au Japon.If I were rich, I would go to Japan.
iriez-vous?Where would you go?
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.
Getting that for you now.