French Vocabulary: Common Regular [-RE] Verbs

Identify: French Vocabulary: Common Regular [-RE] Verbs le vocabulaire français: verbes réguliers communs en [-RE] Common verbs that have an [-RE] ending in the infinitive. Get comfortable working with regular [-RE] verbs. Study: attendre : to wait (for) J’attends le bus. I wait (am waiting) for the bus. confondre : to confuse Ces instructions me […]

French Grammar: Present Tense – Regular [-RE] Verbs

… Identify: French Grammar: Present Tense – Regular [-RE] Verbs la grammaire française: les temps présent – les verbes réguliers en [-re] Verbs are used to communicate actions. They DO things! If you plan on doing anything in French, you’ll need to learn how verbs work! Study: Infinitives and Conjugation: Infinitive verbs are verbs that are […]

French Grammar: Passé Composé with [AVOIR] – Regular Verbs

… Identify: French Grammar: Passé Composé with [AVOIR] – Regular Verbs la grammaire française: le passé compose avec [avoir] – les verbes réguliers When speaking about the past in English, you choose which past tense to use depending on the context and the meaning you wish to convey. In French sentences, you choose which past tense you use depending […]

French Grammar: [-RE] Verb Conjugation Chart (Regular Verbs)

French Grammar: [-RE] Verb Conjugation Chart (Regular Verbs) la grammaire française: les conjugaisons des verbes réguliers en [-RE] Regular [-RE] Verbs (Present Tense) Infinitive verbs are verbs that are unchanged. They are in their most basic form, and can be adapted in many different ways. (An infinite number of ways, so to speak.) Infinitive verbs in French will […]

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