The verb avoir in Le Conditionnel Présent uses the same irregular stem as in Le Futur Simple (Indicatif) : aur-
Learn how to conjugate AVOIR (to have) in Le Conditionnel Présent in French:
Here's how to form the Le Conditionnel Présent of avoir:
aur- + endings of L'Imparfait (Indicatif): -ais, -ais, -ait, -ions, -iez, -aient
The je form has the same pronunciation as in Le Futur Simple (Indicatif). Look for the context : I will have vs I would have !
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Examples and resources
On m'avait dit qu'il y aurait du papier toilette, mais j'ai été chocolat !I was told there would be toilet paper, but I was left disappointed!