Conjugation

Definition: The Verbs lists in English and French follow regular patterns, called conjugations. A conjugation is made up of six different forms, which indicate various numbers and persons. A number can be either singular or plural, depending on whether we are talking about just one person, or several people. A person can be first ('je' in the singular, and 'nous' in the plural), second ('tu' in the singular, and 'vous' in the plural), or third ('il, elle, on' in the singular, and 'ils, elles' in the plural).


REGULAR VERBS (PRESENT REGULAR)

Definition: -ER verbs, -IR verbs, and -RE verbs are regular verbs. Regular verbs that end in these letters are all conjugated the same way in all of the tenses. Once you learn how to conjugate one regular verb in each category, you can conjugate the majority of French verbs.
  1. Verbs with (-ER)
  2. Verbs with (-IR)
  3. Verbs with (-RE)
IRREGULAR VERBS (PRESENT REGULAR)

A number of verbs in French are irregular, in other words, their present tenses don't conform to the usual pattern of regular -er verbs. Following are the most popular irregular verbs in French language.



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