Cost – coûter

retour aux verbes irréguliers

Infinitive: to cost
Present Participle: cost
Past Simple: cost
Past Participle: cost

Present Simple I
He/She/It costs
Present Continuous I am costing
You are costing
He/She/It is costing
We are costing
They are costing
Present Perfect I have cost
You have cost
He/She/It has cost
We have cost
They have cost
Past Simple I cost
You cost
He/She/It cost
We cost
They cost
Past Continuous I was costing
You were costing
He/She/It was costing
We were costing
They were costing
Past Perfect I had cost
You had cost
He/She/It had cost
We had cost
They had cost
Future Simple I will cost
You will cost
He/She/It will cost
We will cost
They will cost
Future Continuous I will be costing
You will be costing
He/She/It will be costing
We will be costing
They will be costing
Future Perfect I will have cost
You will have cost
He/She/It will have cost
We will have cost
They will have cost
First Same as Future Simple
Second I would cost
You would cost
He/She/It would cost
We would cost
They would cost
Third I would have cost
You would have cost
He/She/It would have cost
We would have cost
They would have cost

Useful language:

It cost me a fortune/ an arm and a leg = ça m’a coûté une fortune / la peau des fesses / un bras

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