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Jurer – Conjugation of Jurer

Conjugation of Jurer - To swear

The verb jurer in French is a regular verb from the 1st group of verbs, verbs ending in –erThe conjugation of jurer, verb of the 1st group, stays consistent and is fairly easy to remember. 

Compound tenses of jurer such as passé composé, plus-que-parfait, and more, are built with the auxiliary avoir.

See below for verbs conjugated the same way as jurer.

Jurer is often followed by the preposition de – jurer de faire quelque chose.

Let’s look at the conjugation of jurer together.

Conjugation of jurer


Participe présent


Participe passé



je jure

tu jures

il jure

elle jure

on jure

nous jurons

vous jurez

ils jurent

elles jurent

Passé composé

j’ai juré

tu as juré

il a juré

elle a juré

on a juré

nous avons juré

vous avez juré

ils ont juré

elles ont juré


je jurais

tu jurais

il jurait

elle jurait

on jurait

nous jurions

vous juriez

ils juraient

elles juraient


j’avais juré

tu avais juré

il avait juré

elle avait juré

on avait juré

nous avions juré

vous aviez juré

ils avaient juré

elles avaient juré

Futur simple

je jurerai

tu jureras

il jurera

elle jurera

on jurera

nous jurerons

vous jurerez

ils jureront

elles jureront

Futur antérieur

j’aurai juré

tu auras juré

il aura juré

elle aura juré

on aura juré

nous aurons juré

vous aurez juré

ils auront juré

elles auront juré

Conditionnel présent

je jurerais

tu jurerais

il jurerait

elle jurerait

on jurerait

nous jurerions

vous jureriez

ils jureraient

elles jureraient

Conditionnel passé

j’aurais juré

tu aurais juré

il aurait juré

elle aurait juré

on aurait juré

nous aurions juré

vous auriez juré

ils auraient juré

elles auraient juré

Subjonctif présent

que je jure

que tu jures

qu’il jure

qu’elle jure

qu’on jure

que nous jurions

que vous juriez

qu’ils jurent

qu’elles jurent

Subjonctif passé

que j’aie juré

que tu aies juré

qu’il ait juré

qu’elle ait juré

qu’on ait juré

que nous ayons juré

que vous ayez juré

qu’ils aient juré

qu’elles aient juré


jure !

jurons !

jurez !

You see, the conjugation of Jurer is quite easy to remember.

Examples including Jurer

Il a juré qu’il ne mentira plus jamais.
He swore he would never lie again.

Elle jurait toujours sur tout et sur rien.
She always swore on everything and nothing.

Je jure sur ta tête que je n’ai rien fait.
I swear on your head that I did nothing.

Ils jurent qu’ils n’ont rien fait.
They swear they did nothing.

Verbs conjugated like Jurer

Accepter – To accept

Bavarder – To chat 

Couper – To cut 

Donner – To give

Échouer – To fail 

Fermer – To close 

Gagner – To win 

Habiter – To live

Importer – To import

Jouer – To play 

Klaxonner – To honk

Laisser – To leave 

Marcher – To walk 

Noter – To take note

Oublier – To forget

Pardonner – To forgive

Quitter – To leave

Regarder – To look 

Séparer – To separate 

Tenter – To try

Utiliser – To use

Varier – To vary

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