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Les verbes réguliers en -er. Regular Verbs There are three sets of regular verb conjugations in French. Verbs that end in ER, IR, and RE. They all follow.

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1 Les verbes réguliers en -er

2 Regular Verbs There are three sets of regular verb conjugations in French. Verbs that end in ER, IR, and RE. They all follow similar patterns. Once you learn how to conjugate the verbs, you can say so many more things! Today well work on ER verbs (the most common)

3 Terminology: Infinitive & Stem Infinitive: Basic form of the verb that can be found in the dictionary Stem: The verb without the -er attached Ex: Parler Infinitive - parlerStem - parl-

4 Regular Verbs Ending in -ER Step 1: Drop the ER off of the end of the verb Step 2: Decide which subject to use (Je/Tu/Nous/etc) Step 3: Figure out which ending corresponds to the subject Step 4: Add the new ending to the stem

5 Endings Je-e Tu-es Il -e Elle-e On-e Nous-ons Vous-ez Ils-ent Elles-ent

6 Parler Je parle Tu parles Il parle Elle parle On parle Nous parlons Vous parlez Ils parlent Elles parlent

7 To Speak I speak You speak He speaks She speaks One speaks We speak You speak (yall) They speak (m,m&f) They speak (f)

8 Aimer Jaime Tu aimes Il aime Elle aime On aime Nous_aimons Vous_aimez Ils_aiment Elles_aiment

9 To like I like You like He likes She likes One likes We like You like (yall) They like (m, m&f) They like (f)

10 Régles The forms for je, tu, il, elle, on, ils, and elles are all pronounced the same When a verb begins with a vowel or a silent H, je becomes j (jaime, jhabite)

11 Liason- when a verb begins in a vowel or a silent h, there is a liason between the subject and verb in the nous, vous, ils, and elles forms. Nous_étudions Vous_aimez Ils_habitent

12 Negation Subject + Ne + Verb + Pas Je ne parle pas In front of a vowel or silent H, change ne to n Je naime pas Je nhabite pas

13 Le devoir Les exercises à la page quatre-vingt-onze

14 P. 91 Ex 13 - Make up sentences that make sense about Kevin, an American student. #1. Kevin est américain. Ex 14 - Qui means who - say who does each thing (complete sentences) Make sure the verb agrees with the subject. #1 Les élèves et les profs parlent en classe.

15 Ex 15 - OMIT Ex 16 - OMIT Ex 17 - Write a complete sentence with personal responses. All are going to start with JE and the verbs will end in e. #1. Jhabite à Clarksville. Ex 18 - OMIT Ex 19 - Write a complete sentence Ex 20 - write only the subjects & verbs #1 Nous arrivons


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