Faire Conjugation Chart

Faire

Irregular Verb: Faire (To Make & To Do)

Here you will find a complete conjugation table for the French irregular verb, faire, which means to make or do. The verb is highly irregular and important to learn as it’s extremely useful for making basic to advanced phrases and sentences. Below you’ll find the verb conjugated in the present, future, past, imperfect and subjunctive endings.

Present
je fais I do
tu fais you do
il fait he does
nous faisons we do
vous faîtes you do
ils font they do
Past
j'ai fait I did
tu as fait you did
il a fait he did
nous avons fait we did
vous avez fait you did
ils ont fait they did
Imperfect
je faisais I used to do
tu faisais you used to do
il faisait he used to do
nous faisions we used to do
vous faisiez you used to do
ils faisaient they used to do
Conditional
je ferais I would do
tu ferais you would do
il ferait he would do
nous ferions we would do
vous feriez you would do
ils feraient they would do
Future
je ferai I would do
tu feras you would do
il fera he would do
nous ferons we would do
vous ferez you would do
ils feront they would do
Subjunctive
que je fasse that I do
que tu fasses that you do
qu'il fasse that he do
que nous fassions that we do
que vous fassiez that you do
qu'ils fassent that they do

Practice Sentences

Here are some sentences in English which you may translate into French using the verb faire. The answers appear below in French.

English Sentences

  1. I make my bed (lit, m) every morning.
  2. What are you doing Tuesday evening? Are you available (libre)?
  3. We’re making a cake. Do you want to eat with us (avec nous)?
  4. What are you (vous) doing this spring? Are you traveling in France?
  5. What are you doing after the concert?
  6. I’d like to take a trip in July but I’m very busy (occupé[e]) this summer.
  7. The boys like to take a walk in the park with their parents on Sundays.
  8. Her daughter will play a basketball game at school (à l’école) on Tuesday.
  9. What are they doing for Christmas (Noël) and new year’s eve (réveillon, m)?
  10. You should (tu dois) pay attention to your pronunciation when you speak French!

French Translations

  1. Je fais mon lit chaque matin.
  2. Qu’est-ce que tu fais mardi soir? Est-ce que tu es libre?
  3. Nous faisons un gateau. Est-ce que tu veux manger avec nous?
  4. Qu’est-ce que vous faites au printemps? Est-ce que vous voyagez en France?
  5. Qu’est0ce que tu fais après le concert?
  6. J’aimerais faire un voyage au mois de juillet mais je suis très occupé cet été.
  7. Les garçons aiment faire une promenade au parc avec leurs parents le dimanche.
  8. Sa fille va faire un match de basket à l’école ce mardi.
  9. Qu’est-ce qu’ils font pour Noël et pour le réveillon?
  10. Tu does faire attention à ta pronunciation quand tu parles Français.

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