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-ir verbs/LGC Lv 01

Herron LGC Level 01 regular -ir verbs

je ending for regular -ir verb -is
tu ending for regular -ir verb -is
il / elle / on ending for regular -ir verb -it
nous ending for regular -ir verb -issons
vous ending for regular -ir verb -issez
ils / elles ending for regular -ir verb -issent
to finish finir
to choose choisir
to gain weight grossir
to lose weight maigrir
to feed; to nourish nourrir
to obey (someone) obéir (à)
to punish punir
to fill out / up remplir
réussir (à) to succeed (in)
rougir to blush; to turn red
vieillir to grow old
ouvrir to open (-ir like -er verb)
couvrir to cover (-ir like -er verb)
découvrir to discover (-ir like -er verb)
souffrir to suffer (-ir like -er verb)
offrir to offer (-ir like -er verb)
When you drop off the -ir from the infinitive, add back regular -er endings instead of regular -ir endings. How are -ir like -er verbs different from regular -ir verbs?
Created by: herronm