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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
The infinitives of most French verbs end in -er
Français I – Leçon 2A Structures
LES VERBES EN FRANCAIS!!!!! Commençons avec les sujets… As in English, in French every sentence has to have a subject (un sujet) and a verb (un verbe).
Unité 3 L’école. Subjects/Pronouns je/j’ = I tu = you (singular AND informal) il = he (it) elle = she (it) on= one/we/people nous = we vous=
Our infinitives are composed of 2 parts:
Warmup- Fill in the pronoun chart with the correct pronouns
1 of 7 © Boardworks Ltd 2006 Regular -er verbs in the present tense This icon indicates the slide contains activities created in Flash. These activities.
Les verbes -er In the English present tense, the verb makes only one change in its form. Ex. to walk I walk You walk We walk They walk BUT he, she, it.
INTRO TO CONJUGATION “How to make your verb match your subject”
Notes le novembre Le conjugaison des verbes réguliers en –er
Notes le novembre La négation des articles indéfinis In the negative, the indefinite articles un, une, and des change to de (or d’). Paul regarde.
Putting It Together An ER verb assembly kit.
Verbs A. Infinitive: the name of the basic form of the verb. In English, it has “to” in front of it French verbs are grouped according to their infinitive.
3 Le verbe + linfinitif Discussing likes and dislikes Les normes: –Communication 1.2: Understanding the written and spoken language –Comparisons 4.1: Understanding.
CHAPÎTRE 2. VOCABULAIRE – LA PREMIÈRE PARTIE habiter arriver quitter donner chercher regarder to live to arrive to leave to give to look for to look at.
Point de départ In Leçon 1A, you saw a form of the verb aller (to go) in the expression ça va. Now you will use this verb to talk about going places.
Point de départ In French, as in English, the subject of a verb is the person or thing that carries out the action. The verb expresses the action itself.
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