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Key Verbs To Be = Être Iamjesuis youaretues heisilest sheiselleest oneisonest wearenoussommes youarevousêtes they (m)areilssont they (f)areellessont © Kalua Publishing2
Key Verbs To Have = Avoir IhaveJai youhavetuas hehasila shehasellea onehasona wehavenousavons youhavevousavez they (m)haveilsont they (f)haveellesont © Kalua Publishing3
Key Verbs To Go = Aller Igojevais yougotuvas hegoesilva shegoeselleva onegoesonva wegonousallons yougovousallez they (m)goilsvont they (f)goellesvont © Kalua Publishing4
Regular Verbs Parler = to speak Ispeakjeparle youspeaktuparles hespeaksilparle shespeakselleparle onespeaksonparle wespeaknousparlons youspeakvousparlez they (m)speakilsparlent they (f)speakellesparlent © Kalua Publishing5
Regular Verbs Finir = to finish Ifinishjefinis youfinishtufinis hefinishesilfinit shefinishesellefinit onefinishesonfinit wefinishnousfinissons youfinishvousfinissez they (m)finishilsfinissent they (f)Finishellesfinissent © Kalua Publishing6
Regular Verbs Vendre = to sell Iselljevends youselltuvends hesellsilvend shesellsellevend onesellsonvend wesellnousvendons yousellvousvendez they (m)sellilsvendent they (f)sellellesvendent © Kalua Publishing7
Key Verbs To Be = Être Iamje youaretu heisil sheiselle oneison wearenous youarevous they (m)areils they (f)areelles © Kalua Publishing8
Key Verbs To Have = Avoir IhaveJai youhave hehas shehas onehas wehave youhave they (m)have they (f)have © Kalua Publishing9
Key Verbs To Go = Aller IgoJevais yougo hegoes shegoes onegoes wego yougo they (m)go they (f)go © Kalua Publishing10
Regular Verbs Parler = to speak Ispeak youspeak hespeaks shespeaks onespeaks wespeak youspeak they (m)speak they (f)speak © Kalua Publishing11
Regular Verbs Finir = to finish Ifinish youfinish hefinishes shefinishes onefinishes wefinish youfinish they (m)finish they (f)Finish © Kalua Publishing12
Regular Verbs Prendre = to take Itake youtake hetakes shetakes onetakes wetake youtake they (m)take they (f)take © Kalua Publishing13
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