The verb appeler in the conditional present in French

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The verb appeler in the conditional present

Verbs that end in -ELER, such as appeler (to call), are conjugated in the present conditional like regular first group verbs, except that you must double the l in all persons. The same goes for épeler (to spell), renouveler (to renew), etc.
appeler en
J’appellerais
Tu appellerais
Il appellerait/elle appellerait
Nous appellerions
Vous appelleriez
Ils appelleraient/elles appelleraient

Tu ne t’appellerais pas Victor par hasard ? You wouldn’t happen to be named Victor, would you?

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