The verbs acheter, lever and mener in the conditional present

Verbs such as acheter (to buy) are conjugated in the present conditional like regular first group (-er) verbs. The difference is that you must add a grave accent over the e (è) in the root form.

Here are other verbs where the same rule applies: lever (to lift), mener (to lead), geler (to freeze), peser (to weigh), etc.
acheter en
Tu achèterais
Il achèterait/elle achèterait
Nous achèterions
Vous achèteriez
Ils achèteraient/elles achèteraient
lever en
Je lèverais
Tu lèverais
Il lèverait/elle lèverait
Nous lèverions
Vous lèveriez
Ils lèveraient/elles lèveraient
mener en
Je mènerais
Tu mènerais
Il mènerait/elle mènerait
Nous mènerions
Vous mèneriez
Ils mèneraient/elles mèneraient
Si l'AIGF nous donnait de l'argent, nous achèterions un ascenseur. If the AIGF would give us the money, we'd buy an elevator.

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