The Present Tense of Regular Verbs

The Present Tense of Regular Verbs

THE PRESENT TENSE OF REGULAR VERBS There are 3 types of regular verbs in French: Verbs which end in er - eg. Jouer to play, Chanter to sing There are 3 types of regular verbs in French: Verbs which end in er - eg. Jouer to play, Chanter to sing

Verbs which end in re eg. Vendre to sell, Rpondre to reply There are 3 types of regular verbs in French: Verbs which end in er - eg. Jouer to play, Chanter to sing Verbs which end in re eg. Vendre to sell, Rpondre to reply Verbs which end in ir - eg. Finir to finish,

Remplir to fill Regular Verbs These verbs are called REGULAR VERBS, which means that they follow a REGULAR pattern. Regular Verbs These verbs are called REGULAR VERBS, which means that they follow a REGULAR pattern.

Regular verbs have a different ending according to the person or the subject of the verb. Regular Verbs These verbs are called REGULAR VERBS, which means that they follow a REGULAR pattern. Regular verbs have a different ending according to the person or the subject of the

verb. We call the person or the subject of the verb a subject pronoun. Subject Pronouns Je / J - I Tu - You

(singular, familiar) Il - He / It Elle - She / It On - One / We / They / People

Nous We Vous You (plural, polite) Ils They (masculine or a mixed group) Elles They (feminine)

ER verbs To form an er verb first take off the er then add the following endings: ER verbs To form an er verb first take off the er then add the following endings: Je

e ER verbs To form an er verb first take off the er then add the following endings: Je e Tu es

ER verbs To form an er verb first take off the er then add the following endings: Je e Tu es Il/Elle/On

e ER verbs To form an er verb first take off the er then add the following endings: Je e Tu es

Il/Elle/On e Nous ons ER verbs To form an er verb first take off the er then add the following endings: Je

e Tu es Il/Elle/On e Nous ons Vous ez

ER verbs To form an er verb first take off the er then add the following endings: Je e Tu es Il/Elle/On

e Nous ons Vous ez Ils/Elles ent Jouer to play

RE verbs To form an re verb first take off the re then add the following endings: RE verbs To form an re verb first take off the re then add the following endings: Je

s RE verbs To form an re verb first take off the re then add the following endings: Je s Tu s

RE verbs To form an re verb first take off the re then add the following endings: Je s Tu s Il/Elle/On

- (nothing) RE verbs To form an re verb first take off the re then add the following endings: Je s Tu s

Il/Elle/On - (nothing) Nous ons RE verbs To form an re verb first take off the re then add the following endings: Je

s Tu s Il/Elle/On - (nothing) Nous ons Vous ez

RE verbs To form an re verb first take off the re then add the following endings: Je s Tu s Il/Elle/On

- (nothing) Nous ons Vous ez Ils/Elles ent RE verbs

To form an re verb first take off the re then add the following endings: Je s Tu s Il/Elle/On - (nothing) Nous

ons Vous ez Ils/Elles ent Vendre to sell IR verbs

To form an ir verb first take off the ir then add the following endings: IR verbs To form an ir verb first take off the ir then add the following endings: Je is

IR verbs To form an ir verb first take off the ir then add the following endings: Je is Tu is IR verbs

To form an ir verb first take off the ir then add the following endings: Je is Tu is /Elle/On it

IR verbs To form an ir verb first take off the ir then add the following endings: Je is Tu is /Elle/On it

Nous issons IR verbs To form an ir verb first take off the ir then add the following endings: Je is Tu

is /Elle/On it Nous issons Vous issez IR verbs

To form an ir verb first take off the ir then add the following endings: Je is Tu is /Elle/On it Nous

issons Vous issez Ils/Elles issent Finir to finish

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