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Welcome to the world of French regular -er verbs!
French regular -er verbs are a great place to start for beginners. They are some of the most common verbs in the French language, and they follow a regular pattern that makes them easy to learn.
On this page, you will find a variety of resources to help you learn French regular -er verbs.
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There are three major groups of regular verbs in French: verbs with infinitives ending in -er, verbs with infinitives ending in -ir, and verbs with infinitives ending in -re. Since -er verbs are the most numerous, they are considered the first conjugation. To conjugate these verbs, drop the -er from the infinitive to form the stem. Next, add the -erendings to the stem. Different tenses have different endings.
The endings given below (-e, -es, -e, -ons, -ez, -ent) are for forming the present tense. The endings (-e, -es, -e, and -ent) are all silent. The only endings that are pronounced are the nous (-ons) and the vous (-ez) endings. The four silent endings form a boot shape in the verb conjugation.
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