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Johnnyod4567
There are alot of them things
rshute2002
like how to conjugate them?
Joyce_Williams02
"ir" Verb Finir (to finish) Je Finis Tu Finis Il Finit Elle Finnit Nous Fissons Vous Finissez Ils Finessent Elles Finessent
Joyce_Williams02
"er" Verb Regarder (To watch) Je Regarder Tu Regarde Il/Elle Regarde Nous Regardons Vous Regardez Ils/Elles Regardent
Joyce_Williams02
"re" Verb Attendre (to wait) J'attends Tu Attends Il/Elle Attends Nous Attendons Vous Attendez Ils/Elles Attendent
Joyce_Williams02
^^^^ Those are just some examples you can use with any "re" "er" or "ir" verbs Hope they help:relaxed:
blathnaidxiv
(passé composé) -er verbs drop the ‘er’ and take an ‘é’ -ir verbs drop the ‘ir’ and take an ‘i’ -re verbs drop the ‘re’ and take a ‘u’ most verbs take the present tense of avoir with a slight change examples: donner - j'ai donné finir - nous avons fini vendre - ils ont vendu
blathnaidxiv
(passé composé - irregular) verbs of motion use the part of present tense être instead of avoir. the verb ending changes in the same way as for avoir, but it takes an ‘e’ in the case of females and an ‘s’ in the case of more than one person. monter, rentre, sortir, venir, aller, naître, descendre, entrer, retourner, tomber, rester, arriver, morir, partir (can be remebered by MRS VANDERTRAMP) examples: aller - je suis allé(e) arriver - nous sommes arrivé(e)s descendre - ils sont descendus
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