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What are the rules for conjugating -er verbs?
Drop the -er and add endings
What are the endings for regular -er verbs?
je - e
tu - es
il/elle/on - e
nous -ons
vous - ez
ils/elles - ent
Verbs like 'manger' are exceptions to the -er verb rule when conjugated with 'nous'. Why?
-ger verbs have the ending 'eons' when conjugated with 'nous' (i.e. - nous mangeons). Reason? For pronunciation.
Conjugate the verb 'nager' with nous.
nous nageons
Conjugate the verb 'nager' with elles in the negative.
elles ne nagent pas
What are the rules for conjugating regular - ir verbs?
Drop the -ir and add endings
What are the rules for conjugating -er verbs?
Drop the -er and add endings
What are the endings for regular -er verbs?
je - e
tu - es
il/elle/on - e
nous -ons
vous - ez
ils/elles - ent
Verbs like 'manger' are exceptions to the -er verb rule when conjugated with 'nous'. Why?
-ger verbs have the ending 'eons' when conjugated with 'nous' (i.e. - nous mangeons). Reason? For pronunciation.
Conjugate the verb 'nager' with nous.
nous nageons
Conjugate the verb 'nager' with elles in the negative.
elles ne nagent pas
What are the rules for conjugating regular - ir verbs?
Drop the -ir and add endings
What are the rules for conjugating -er verbs?
Drop the -er and add endings
What are the endings for regular -er verbs?
je - e
tu - es
il/elle/on - e
nous -ons
vous - ez
ils/elles - ent
Verbs like 'manger' are exceptions to the -er verb rule when conjugated with 'nous'. Why?
-ger verbs have the ending 'eons' when conjugated with 'nous' (i.e. - nous mangeons). Reason? For pronunciation.
Conjugate the verb 'nager' with nous.
nous nageons
Conjugate the verb 'nager' with elles in the negative.
elles ne nagent pas
What are the rules for conjugating regular - ir verbs?
Drop the -ir and add endings