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French -er Verbs

-er Verbs and Conjugations

QuestionAnswer
Announcer to announce
Avancer to advance
Divorcer to divorce
Effacer to erase
Lancer to launch
Menacer to threaten
Placer to place, invest
Prononcer to pronounce
Remplacer to replace
Renoncer to resign, quit
What is the ending when the verb's stem ends with a g? ex: manger Je _________ mange
What is the ending when the verb's stem ends with a g? ex: manger Tu _________ manges
What is the ending when the verb's stem ends with a g? ex: manger il/elle/on __________ mange
What is the ending when the verb's stem ends with a g? ex: manger Nous __________ mangeons
What is the ending when the verb's stem ends with a g? ex: manger Vous __________ mangez
What is the ending when the verb's stem ends with a g? ex: manger Ils/Elles ____________ mangent
Amenager to fix up, convert (a room, ect.)
Arranger to arrange
Changer to change
Corriger to correct
Decourager to discourage
Demenager to move (change residence)
Deranger to bother
Diriger to direct
Encourager to encourage
Nager to swim
Partager to share
Plonger to dive
Ranger to dive
Rediger to draft, write
Voyager to travel
How do you conjugate verbs whose stems end in y? Ex: nettoyer Je __________ nettoie
How do you conjugate verbs whose stems end in y? Ex: nettoyer Tu __________ nettoies
How do you conjugate verbs whose stems end in y? Ex: nettoyer Il/Elle/On __________ nettoie
How do you conjugate verbs whose stems end in y? Ex: nettoyer Nous___________ nettoyons
How do you conjugate verbs whose stems end in y? Ex: nettoyer Vous __________ nettoyez
How do you conjugate verbs whose stems end in y? Ex: nettoyer Ils/Elles __________ nettoient
Balayer to sweep
Effrayer to frighten
Employer to use
Ennuyer to bore
Envoyer to send
Essayer to try, to try on
Essuyer to wipe
Payer to pay
Renvoyer to send back, dismiss
Tutoyer to use the tu form to address someone
Vouvoyer to use the vous form to address someone
Amener to bring
Emmener to take
Enlever to remove
Geler to freeze
Lever to pick up, raise
Mener to lead
Peser to weigh
Promener to walk
How do you conjugate verbs with the double consonant? Ex: appeler J'_________ appelle
How do you conjugate verbs with the double consonant? Ex: appeler Tu_________ appelles
How do you conjugate verbs with the double consonant? Ex: appeler Il/Elle __________ appelle
How do you conjugate verbs with the double consonant? Ex: appeler Nous ___________ appelons
How do you conjugate verbs with the double consonant? Ex: appeler Vous ________ appelez
How do you conjugate verbs with the double consonant? Ex: appeler Ils/Elles __________ appellent
Epeler to spell
Feuilleter to leaf through
Jeter to throw
Projeter to plan
Rappeler to call back
Rejeter to reject
Renouveler to renew
Esperer to hope
Ceder to yield
Celebrer to celebrate
Completer to complete
Proteger to protect
Refleter to reflect
Repeter to repeat
Reveler to reveal
Accepter to accept
Accompagner to accompany
Adorer to adore, love
Aider to help
Aimer to like, love
Apporter to bring
Apprecier to appreciate, value, rate highly
Arriver to arrive
Bavarder to chat
Cesser to stop
Chanter to sing
Chercher to look for
Continuer to continue
Danser to dance
Decider to decide
Dejeuner to have lunch
Demander to ask
Depenser to spend money
Dessiner to draw
Detester to hate
Diner to have dinner
Donner to give
Ecouter to listen
Emporter to carry, take away, carry off
Emprunter to borrow
Enseigner to teach
Entrer to enter
Etudier to study
Fermer to close
Gagner to earn, win
Garder to keep
Habiter to live
Hesiter to hesitate
Inviter to invite
Jouer to play
Laisser to let, leave behind
Laver to wash
Marcher to walk
Monter to go up stairs
Montrer to show
Organiser to organize
Oublier to forget
Parler to talk
Passer to pass, spend time
Penser to think
Porter to carry; to wear
Pratiquer to practice
Preparer to prepare
Presenter to present
Preter to lend
Raconter to tell, tell about, relate
Refuser to refuse
Regarder to look at
Remercier to thank
Recontrer to meet by chance
Rentrer to return, go back
Retourner to return, come/go back
Saluer to greet
Supporter to bear, stand
Telephoner to phone
Travailler to work
Traverser to cross
Trouver to find
Created by: sarahliz13