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Conception: Geneviève Briet et Valérie Collige, Université catholique de Louvain
Published on 05/12/2017 - Modified on 06/07/2018
Use: the present tense (or present indicative) is used to describe something that is happening as you are speaking, right now, today. Verbs can be organised into 4 collections.Collection 1: infinitives ending in -er
|1 stem inferred from the infinitive.|
|All verbs (+/- 8000) with infinitives ending in "-er" (exception: aller) and 12 verbs ending in "-ir", like ouvrir.Pass-er|
2 stems inferred from the infinitive.
In the singular ("je", "tu", "il/elle/on") the short stem is obtained by deducting 3 letters from the infinitive. In the plural ("nous", "vous", "ils/elles") the long stem is obtained by deducting 2 letters from the infinitive.
|15 verbs ending in "–ir" like sortir, partir, 6 verbs ending in "-vre" like suivre, and 14 verbs ending in "-ttre", like mettre.Sor-tir|
2 stems. The 1st stem inferred from the infinitive is used in the singular. The 2nd stem adds a sound to stem 1. It is used in the plural.
Plural formed with "-ss-": 250 verbs ending in "-ir" like finir and 13 verbs ending in "-aître", like connaître
Plural formed with "-s-": verbs ending in "-(u)ire", likelire
Plural formed with "-v-": verbs ending in "-crire", like écrire
Plural formed with "-gn-": verbs ending in "-indre".Fin-ir
3 stems. In the singular ("je", "tu", and "il/elle/on") the short stem is a new form.
For "nous" and "vous" the 2nd stem is inferred from the infinitive.
For "ils" and "elles", the 3rd stem often puts together the stem of the singular and the consonant added for "nous" and "vous".
Venir, tenir and their derivatives
Verbs ending in "-cevoir", like recevoir
Verbs formed with "-eu-" in the singular like pouvoir
Prendre and its derivatives
- Theme :
- Collection :
- Première classe
Grammar: à, au, en, aux + the name of a city or country
In these exercises :
- Grammar : prépositions de lieu
- Target :
- TODO : link to what page ? Choosing a travel destination
Pronunciation: silent ending letters in verbs
In these exercises :
- Pronunciation : Consonnes finales muettes