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© 2010 Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.3.1-1 The infinitives of most French verbs end in -er. To form the present tense of regular -er verbs, drop the -er from the infinitive and add the corresponding endings for the different subject pronouns. This chart demonstrates how to conjugate regular -er verbs.
© 2010 Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.3.1-2 Here are some other verbs that are conjugated the same way as parler.
© 2010 Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.3.1-3 Note that je becomes j’ when it appears before a verb that begins with a vowel sound. With the verbs adorer, aimer, and détester, use the definite article before a noun to tell what someone loves, what someone likes, or what someone hates.
© 2010 Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.3.1-4 Use infinitive forms after the verbs adorer, aimer, and détester to say that you like (or hate, etc.) to do something. Only the first verb should be conjugated.
© 2010 Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.3.1-5 The present tense in French can be translated in different ways in English. The English equivalent for a sentence depends on its context.
© 2010 Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.3.1-6 Verbs ending in -ger (manger, partager, voyager) and -cer (commencer) have a spelling change in the nous form.
© 2010 Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.3.1-7 Unlike the English to look for, the French chercher requires no preposition before the noun that follows it.
© 2010 Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.3.1-8 Essayez! Complete the sentences with the correct present tense forms of the verbs. 1.Je ________ (parler) français en classe. 2.Nous ________ (habiter) près de (near) l’université. 3.Ils ________ (aimer) le cours de sciences politiques. 4.Vous ________ (manger) en classe?! 5.Le cours ________ (commencer) à huit heures (at eight o’clock). 6.Marie-Claire ________ (chercher) un stylo. 7.Nous ________ (partager) un crayon en cours de maths. 8.Tu ________ (étudier) l’économie. parle
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Definite Articles; -er verbs; irregular plurals
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One of 3 groups of verbs in French
Regular -er verbs.
Les verbes réguliers en -er
WHAT IS AN INFINITIVE? The infinitive is the basic, unconjugated form of a verb, sometimes called the name of the verb. In English the infinitive is to.
Er verbs. Infinitive verbs An infinitive verb in English looks like this: TO SING TO before the verb makes it infinitive In French, the marker is the.
Les verbes en ~er The basic form of the verb is called the infinitive. Many French infinitives end in ~er. Most of these verbs are conjugated like chanter.
The infinitives of most French verbs end in -er
Subject-Verb Agreement Using the correct form of the conjugated verb.
ER Verbs. ER verbs have special rules for putting them in a sentence because you wouldnt just say She to eat. You would say she eats.
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