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1 of 9 © Boardworks Ltd 2006 Regular -ir & -re verbs in the present tense This icon indicates the slide contains activities created in Flash. These activities are not editable. For more detailed instructions, see the User Guide presentation. This icon indicates that the slide contains sound.
© Boardworks Ltd 20062 of 9 Regular -ir verbs 1 Regular verbs follow a set pattern. This means that if you learn the endings for one verb, you will be able to use the same endings on all the other verbs that belong to the same group. What’s a regular verb? Do all regular verbs end in -er? Not all of them. Apart from - er verbs, there are two other groups of regular verbs. These are -ir verbs (verbs whose infinitives end in -ir) and -re verbs (verbs whose infinitives end in -re).
© Boardworks Ltd 20063 of 9 Je Tu Il / Elle Nous Vous Ils / Elles finis finit finissons finissez finissent I finish, I am finishing You finish, you are finishing He / she finishes, he / she is finishing We finish, we are finishing You finish, you are finishing They finish, they are finishing Regular -ir verbs 2 Here is the whole of the verb finir. It means ‘to finish’ in English, and it is an example of a regular -ir verb.
© Boardworks Ltd 20064 of 9 Je Tu Il / Elle Nous Vous Ils / Elles choisis choisit choisissons choisissez choisissent He / she chooses, he / she is choosing We choose, we are choosing You choose, you are choosing They choose, they are choosing Regular -ir verbs 3 Forming a regular -ir verb is easy. Take the -ir ending off the infinitive, then you add on the correct ending for je, tu, etc. Pouvez-vous conjuguez le verbe choisir? Pouvez-vous conjuguez le verbe choisir? You choose, you are choosing I choose, I am choosing
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© Boardworks Ltd 20066 of 9 J’ Tu Il / Elle Nous Vous Ils / Elles attends attend_ attendons attendez attendent I wait, I am waiting You wait, you are waiting He / she waits, he / she is waiting We wait, we are waiting You wait, you are waiting They wait, they are waiting Regular-re verbs 1 Here is the whole of the verb attendre. It means ‘to wait’ in English, and it is an example of a regular -re verb. What do you notice about the il / elle (and on) part of the verb? What do you notice about the il / elle (and on) part of the verb?
© Boardworks Ltd 20067 of 9 Je Tu Il / Elle Nous Vous Ils / Elles Regular -re verbs 2 Forming a regular -re verb is easy. Take the -re ending off the infinitive, then add on the correct ending for je, tu, il etc. Pouvez-vous conjuguez le verbe répondre? Pouvez-vous conjuguez le verbe répondre? réponds répond_ répondons répondez répondent I answer, I am answering You answer, you are answering He / she answers, he / she is answering We answer, we are answering You answer, you are answering They answer, they are answering
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© Boardworks Ltd 20069 of 9 Regular –ir and -re verbs
The Present Tense - ir & - re verbs How to say I do/ I am doing Actions in the present.
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.
Objectif: to be able to use verbs ending with ir in the present tense Les verbesir.
Translate the following sentences. Sometimes, she goes to the café alone. Generally, I order a steak and fries. They eat croissants with their breakfast.
Learning Objective To remind ourselves how to conjugate regular verbs in the present tense.
Français I – Leçon 4B Structures -verbs prendre and boire -partitives -regular –ir verbs.
Français II – Lecon 4B Structures -verbs prendre and boire -partitives -regular –ir verbs.
-ER Verbs. Conjugating Verbs Verbs are given in the infinitive (ex: manger, nager, jouer) We have to conjugate (or change) them when used with subjects.
finir Click on one of the ten sounds. sound 1 sound 2 sound 3 sound 4 sound 5 sound 6 soundsspelling sound 7 sound 8 sound 9 sound 10 Exit.
1 of 21 © Boardworks Ltd 2006 The perfect tense with avoir This icon indicates the slide contains activities created in Flash. These activities are not.
Imperfect tense. Uses of the imperfect: Saying what you used to do Describing things in the past Saying what you were doing.
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.
Page 11 finir. Step 1: Find the stem Remove the last two letters from the infinitive FINIR minus IR = FIN.
IR verbs. -IR verbs finir – to finish réussir – to succeed choisir – to choose grossir – to gain weight maigrir – to lose weight rougir – to blush grandir.
Notes le avril Les verbes en –ir au présent (Regular –ir verbs in the present tense) A second group of regular verbs in French has infinitives that.
Irregular verbs in the present tense We already know there are three main types of verbs in French -er - ir - re parler finir, choisir apprendre, vendre.
The future tense. The future tense is used to describe something which will happen or that someone will do. e.g. This evening, he will watch tv. Tomorrow,
Can you name some -ir verbs in French?. Grossir Maigrir Réussir à Dormir Choisir.
Notes les septembre Les verbes réguliers The infinitives of most verbs in French end in –er. Regular –er verbs are conjugated as follows: PARLER.
Grouped according to their ending 1. –er 2. –ir* 3. –re 3 Groups of Regular Verbs.
Warm-up: Read the comic about school. Translate as much as possible.
PRESENT TENSE Regular Verb Formation. In French, regular verbs are conjugated by following 2 simple steps: Step 1: Form a stem Step 2:Add the correct.
The Conditional Tense How to form it. The Conditional Tense The endings used for the Future Tense are very easy, if you think of them as The Imperfect.
HOW TO CONJUGATE REGULAR VERBS IN THE PRESENT TENSE !!!
Révisons le présent! Verbs? Regular and irregular Verbs all end with: – er – ir – re – oir.
finir Exit Click on one of the six subjects. je tu il nous vous ils ?? soundsspelling.
Regular and Irregular Verbs. Conjugations: In French, there are 3 types of verbs in the present tense : ER, IR et RE. For example: ParlerFinirVendre.
Subject Pronouns in French. Subject Pronouns are really important as they help us learn verb conjugations In order to conjugate verbs in French we need.
Ir Verb Notes. Remember: Youve already learned –er verbs (1 st group- e, es, e, ons, ez, ent) and –re verbs (3 rd group- s, s, nothing, ons, ez, ent).
Limparfait The imperfect tense Talking about events in the past - 2.
Conjugation To break down a verb according to tense and subject (subject pronoun) In order to conjugate, we must be aware of some key terms…
L E P RÉSENT The Present Tense. L E P RÉSENT We use the present tense to describe an action that is happening now. We use the present tense by taking.
nWnWnWnWhat is the “passé composé”? nHnHnHnHow do I conjugate the passé composé? nWnWnWnWhat are some common past participles?
Le Passé Composé avec Avoir. Objective You will be able to form the passé composé of regular –er, -re, and –ir verbs that use avoir.
1 of 11 © Boardworks Ltd 2006 The immediate future This icon indicates the slide contains activities created in Flash. These activities are not editable.
–re ending 3 Groups of Regular Verbs. I. Conjugate: take off –re ending from the infinitive, and add endings ex. attendre (to wait for) attendre (‘attend’
Limpératif Commands Telling people what to do!. Régles »Only commands are in the tu, vous, and nous forms »When using the nous forms, it means Lets… »Only.
Impératif - Giving commands. When to use it! giving directions orders suggestions or encouragement.
The Imperfect Tense - saying what someone was doing.
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Drop the –er, add an “e” Je (me) Je parle Drop the –er, add “es” Tu (you, informal) Tu parles Drop the –er, add an “e” Il/elle/on (he/she/it) Il parle.
Introduction to Verbs. Verbs are words that tell us about existence (to be), action (to run), or occurrence (to think).
Le Passé Composé Part II - ir/ re verbs. Lets review The passé composé is a way to make your sentence past. With -er verbs, you put in the form of avoir.
L’impératif How to form commands in French- telling or suggesting what people should do.
Le passé composé. You form the passé composé by using a conjugation of avoir and a past participle. You form the passé composé by using a conjugation.
The French Basics French 8 Review. Nouns: Gender and Number Nouns in French are either Masculine or Feminine. The gender of the noun is usually memorized.
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