The Verb in French for kiss is biser

 
The word in French for kiss is the verb biser.

Here is the fully conjugated French verb biser, the verb to kiss in French. There is also another word for the verb 'to kiss' in French is embrasser (sounds like embrace).

Biser is more like a 'peck on the cheek' kind of kiss, a French greeting kiss, "mwaa - mwaaa", rather than the full-on tongue down the throat Hollywood movie-style French kiss, which is more the embrasser kind of French kiss.

The quickest way to learn French verbs is to use Memory Triggers, particularly those illustrated with a picture e.g. a cartoon.

Such a technique would use a zany visualisation to remember the word being learnt. So for biser, you would try to imagine a BEE SAY "Kiss me!".

Or just imagines BEES kissing. If you can see a cartoon of this, it will further aid your recall.

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The French verb biser fully conjugated

The 5 Simple Tenses of the conjugated French verb biser - to kiss

Now you'll learn the following families of conjugations of the verb biser, French for kiss. As an illustration we give you the first person pronouns (I).
  • I kiss, you kiss, s/he kisses etc
  • I kissed
  • I will kiss
  • I would kiss
  • I may kiss

Present Indicative Tense conjugations of biser
présent de l’indicatif

French for kiss - biser - conjugated in the present tense is:
je bise
- I kiss
tu bises
- you kiss - (familiar or informal)
il, elle, on bise
- he, she, it, one kisses
nous bisons
- we kiss
vous bisez
- you kiss (formal or plural)
ils, elles bisent
- they kiss

Imperfect Indicative Tense conjugations of biser
imparfait de l’indicatif

French for kiss - biser - conjugated in the past imperfect indicative tense is:
je bisais
- I kissed
- I was kissing
tu bisais
- you kissed- (familiar or informal)
- you were kissing
il, elle, on bisait
- he, she, it, one kissed
- he, she, it, one was kissing
nous bisions
- we kissed
- we were kissing
vous bisez
- you kissed- (formal or plural)
- you were kissing
ils, elles bisaient
- they kissed
- they were kissing

Future Tense conjugations of biser
futur

French for kiss - biser - conjugated in the future tense is:
je biserai
- I will kiss
tu biseras
- you will kiss (familiar or informal)
il, elle, on bisera
- he, she, it, one will kiss
nous biserons
- we will kiss
vous biserez
- you will kiss (formal or plural)
ils, elles biseront
- they will kiss

Conditional Tense conjugations of biser
conditionnel

Biser (French for kiss) - conjugated in the conditional tense is:
je biserais
- I would kiss
tu biserais
- you would kiss (familiar or informal)
il, elle, on biserait
- he, she, it, one would kiss
nous biserions
- we would kiss
vous biseriez
- you would kiss (formal or plural)
ils, elles biseraient
- they would kiss

Present Subjunctive Tense conjugations of biser
présent de subjonctif

French for kiss - biser - conjugated in the present subjunctive tense is:
que je bise
- that I may kiss
que tu bises
- that you may kiss(familiar or informal)
qu’il, qu’elle, qu’on bise
- that he, she, it, one may kiss
que nous bisions
- that we may kiss
que vous bisiez
- that you may kiss(formal or plural)
qu’ils, qu’elles bisent
- that they may kiss

The Four Compound Tenses of the French verb biser - the verb ’to kiss’ in French

Past Participle of biser

is: bisé - kissed.

You must learn the past participle of a verb (e.g. kissed) because it's used to form the various compound tenses, four of which are used in modern French conversation and modern writing. Check out the tenses in the tables below. Compound tenses is a technical fancy-pants way of describing these phrases:
  • I have kissed.
  • I had kissed.
  • I will have kissed.
  • I would have kissed.

Compound Past, Present Perfect or Past Indefinite tense conjugations of biser
passé composé

Here's the French for kiss biser conjugated with all the relevant pronouns in the present perfect.
j’ai bisé
- I have kissed or I did kiss or
- I kissed
tu as bisé
- you have kissed or you did kiss - (familiar or informal) or
- you kissed
il, elle, on a bisé
- he, she, it, one has kiss or did kiss
- he, she, it kissed
nous avons bisé
- we have kissed or we did kiss
- we kissed
vous avez bisé
- you have kissed or you did kiss (formal or plural) or
- or we kissed
ils, elles ont bisé
- they have kissed or they did kiss
- they kissed

Past Perfect Indicative or Pluperfect Tense conjugations of biser - kiss in French
plus-que-parfait de l’indicatif

Here's the French for kiss biser conjugated with all the relevant pronouns in the past perfect tense.
j’avais bisé
- I had kissed
tu avais bisé
- you had kissed- (familiar or informal)
il, elle, on avait bisé
- he, she, it, one had kissed
nous avions bisé
- we had kissed
vous aviez bisé
- you had kissed (formal or plural)
ils, elles avaient bisé
- they had kissed

Future Perfect or Future Anterior Tense conjugations of biser
futur antérieur

Here's the French for kiss biser conjugated with all the relevant pronouns in the future perfect tense.
j’aurai bisé
- I will have kissed
tu auras bisé
- you will have kissed- (familiar or informal)
il, elle, on aura bisé
- he, she, it, one will have kissed
nous aurons bisé
- we will have kissed
vous aurez bisé
- you will have kissed- (formal or plural)
ils, elles auront bisé
- they will have kissed

Conditional Perfect Tense conjugations of biser
conditionnel passé

The French for kiss biser is here conjugated with all the pronouns in the conditional perfect tense.
j’aurais bisé
- I would have kissed
tu aurais bisé
- you would have kissed- (familiar or informal)
il, elle, on aurait bisé
- he, she, it, one would have kissed
nous aurions bisé
- we would have kissed
vous auriez bisé
- you would have kissed- (formal or plural)
ils, elles auraient bisé
- they would have kissed

Imperative Tense conjugations of biser
impératif

bise
- kiss!
bisons
- let’s kiss!
bisez
- kiss!

Present Participle of biser

is: bisant - kissing.

Other Less Common Tenses in French Verbs

There are other French tenses not really used in modern conversation. Hence we have not conjugated the French verb biser in them. For an academic learner of French these less common French verb tenses are useful to be aware of, as you may come across them in literature.

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