Conjugate verbs with irregular past participles in Le Conditionnel Passé (past conditional)

Look at these examples of Le Conditionnel passé:

J'aurais eu un frère si mes parents l'avaient voulu.
I would have had a brother if my parents had wanted it.

Vous auriez eu peur, vous?
Would you have been scared, you?

Nous aurions été très déçus!
We would have been very disappointed!

Elle aurait été une danseuse extraordinaire.
She would have been an extraordinary dancer.

Tu aurais fait un bon professeur.
You would have made a good teacher.

Ils auraient fait les magasins s'il n'avait pas plu.
They would have gone shopping if it hadn't rained.

Conjugating avoir, faire and être in Le Conditionnel Passé is easy:

Conditionnel of avoir + eu / fait / été (or other irregular past participle)



See other lessons on Le Conditionnel Passé:
Conjugate regular -er, -ir, -dre verbs (+ avoir) in Le Conditionnel Passé (past conditional)
Conjugate verbs (+ être) in Le Conditionnel Passé (past conditional)
Conjugate devoir in Le Conditionnel Passé = should have (past conditional)
Conjugate pouvoir in Le Conditionnel Passé = could have (past conditional)


Learn more about these related French grammar topics

Examples and resources

avoir



J'aurais eu un frère si mes parents l'avaient voulu.
I would have had a brother if my parents had wanted it.


Vous auriez eu peur, vous?
Would you have been scared, you?


être


Elle aurait été une danseuse extraordinaire.
She would have been an extraordinary dancer.


Nous aurions été très déçus!
We would have been very disappointed!



Examples - vouloir


Vous auriez voulu autre chose?
Would you have wanted (liked) something else?


Il aurait voulu la revoir.
He would have wanted (liked) to see her again.


J'aurais voulu être un auteur.
I would have wanted (liked) to be a writer.


faire


Tu aurais fait un bon professeur.
You would have made a good teacher.



Ils auraient fait les magasins s'il n'avait pas plu.
They would have gone shopping if it hadn't rained.


Q&A

Pauline

Kwiziq community member

5 February 2018

1 reply

Why is 'préparé' instead of 'fait' not used here?

Chris

Kwiziq community member

6 February 2018

6/02/18

Hi Pauline, youeed to quote the entire sentence for me to be able to give you some advice. 

-- Chris. 

Kevin

Kwiziq community member

29 September 2016

1 reply

Liaison between the auxiliary and the past participle?

Is there no liaison in "nous aurions été déçus" between aurions and été? I didn't hear it in the recording.

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

11 October 2016

11/10/16

Bonjour Kevin ! I would say that, though I cannot see why the liaison here would be grammatically wrong, it does sound off to a French ear (such as mine), and people wouldn't pronounce it. I guess it's probably because it sounds a bit redundant given the previous liaison between "nous" and "aurons". Usually, we won't pronounce the liaison between the auxiliary and the past participle. I hope that's helpful !
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