CONJUGAISON DES VERBES QUI SE TERMINENT EN -ER (Conjugation of -ER ending verbs)

CONJUGAISON DES VERBES QUI SE TERMINENT EN -ER (Conjugation of -ER ending verbs)

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CONJUGATE FRENCH -ER VERBS

Learn how to conjugation -ER ending verbs in the present

VERBES DU 1ER GROUPE (1st Group Verbs)

Watch this fun video to learn how to conjugate French -ER ending verbs in the present tense and then practice what you’ve learned using the exercise sheet below. Conjugate 1st group verbs in French, in the present of the indicative.

EXERCISES ON -ER ENDING VERBS (Pdf)

TRANSCRIPT OF THIS LESSON TO LEARN FRENCH -ER ENDING VERBS

Learn how to conjugate French -ER ending verbs with the example of French verb AIMER in the present tense.

CONJUGAISON DU VERBE “AIMER” AU PRÉSENT DE L’INDICATIF

J’AIME

TU AIMES

IL/ELLE/ON AIME

NOUS AIMONS

VOUS AIMEZ

ILS/ELLES AIMENT

 

AIMER IN THE PRESENT, NEGATIVE FORM

JE N’AIME PAS

TU N’AIMES PAS

IL/ELLE/ON N’AIME PAS

NOUS N’AIMONS PAS

VOUS N’AIMEZ PAS

ILS/ELLES N’AIMENT PAS

Notice that when your -ER ending verb starts with a consonant, the negative will be formed by adding NE before the verb and PAS after the verb. Ex: JE NE PARLE PAS.

 

HOW TO FORM THE PRESENT OF AN -ER ENDING VERB IN THE PRESENT?

Take the infinitive of your French verb ending with ER. Here let’s take AIMER. Drop the -ER and add the following endings: -E, -ES, -E, -ONS, -EZ, -ENT.

 

 

FRENCH CONVERSATION WITH -ER ENDING VERBS

L: Quoi de neuf Soso?

S: Info exclusive… J’aime les beaux gosses! Et toi, qu’est-ce que tu aimes Lili?

L: Moi, j’aime les vélos et les chatons! Et Loulou lui, il aime courir après les souris.

S: Elle, elle aime de drôles de choses…

L: Soso et moi, nous, on aime l’originalité.

S: Oui, nous, nous aimons la fantaisie.

L: Et vous, qu’est-ce que vous aimez?

S: Eux, ils aiment les petites françaises Lili… Coquins va!

L: Et elles, elles aiment les petits français… Coquines! Oui vous.

S: Oh Là Là!

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