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to be mistaken
se tromper de
to smile
sourire
to laugh
rire
to sew
coudre
to knit
tricoter
to follow
suivre
to pick
cueillir
to collect
recueillir
to be hospitable, to greet, to host, to help
accueillir
to bend, to fold
plier
to push
pousser
to pull
tirer
to decieve
tromper
to accept
accepter
to putter, to do projects around the house
bricoler
to furnish
meubler
to set the table
mettre le couvert
to clear, to get rid of
débarrasser
to put away
ranger
to water
arroser
to mow
tondre
to cut
couper
to cost
couter
to burn
brûler
to vacuum
passer l'aspirateur
to ruin (physical)
abîmer
to ruin (abstract)
gâcher
to be interested in
s'intersser à
to wrap
emballer
to iron
repasser
to empty
vider
to beg, to pray
prier
to take care of
s'occuper de
to feed
nourrir (IR/ISS Verb)
to thank
remercier quelqu'un
to be worth the pain of doing...
valoir la peine de + inf...
to be worth
valoir
to be better to... (advice)
valoir mieux...
to sweep
balayer
to wipe off
essuyer
to send
envoyer
to use
employer
to pay
payer
to clean
nettoyer
to try
essayer de
What's so special about verbs that end in "-yer"?
In the JE, TU, IL/ELLE, and ILS/ELLES conjugations, the "y" becomes an "i".
EX: tu essaies
to do someone a favor
rendre service à qqn