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A simple guide on how to conjugate the three infinitive verb endings (er, ir and re) to the indicative present tense. For REGULAR verbs only.  Hope this helps someone~!

A simple guide on how to conjugate the three infinitive verb endings (er, ir and re) to the indicative present tense. For REGULAR verbs only. Hope this helps someone~!

The five most common irregular verbs used, conjugated to the indicative present tense.

The five most common irregular verbs used, conjugated to the indicative present tense.

The five most common irregular verbs used, conjugated to the indicative present tense.

The five most common irregular verbs used, conjugated to the indicative present tense.

Here’s PART 2 of les chiffres: 60~100 +  The 60’s follow the same pattern seen in 20~59.  However, 70~99 is a bit different. In standard French there are no separate words for seventy, eighty or ninety like in English (NOTE: some other French speaking...

Here’s PART 2 of les chiffres: 60~100 + The 60’s follow the same pattern seen in 20~59. However, 70~99 is a bit different. In standard French there are no separate words for seventy, eighty or ninety like in English (NOTE: some other French speaking...

This is a quick guide to conjugating to the past participle in French.  Once you know how to conjugate the past participle, you can form various past tense compounds (yeah…there are multiple), with the most common probably being the “passé composé”...

This is a quick guide to conjugating to the past participle in French. Once you know how to conjugate the past participle, you can form various past tense compounds (yeah…there are multiple), with the most common probably being the “passé composé”...

This is the DR & MRS VANDERTRAMP method to help you remember which verbs take on the auxiliary être (to be) in the compound passé composé.  Forming the passé composé will be discussed in a later post…for now I just wanted to make a quick guide on...

This is the DR & MRS VANDERTRAMP method to help you remember which verbs take on the auxiliary être (to be) in the compound passé composé. Forming the passé composé will be discussed in a later post…for now I just wanted to make a quick guide on...

PART 1 of some commonly used irregular French verbs. All are in the indicative present tense ^^  *RE-UPLOADED!*  Some kind person pointed out I made a typo in the PC for «dormir»…writing the infinitive again instead of «dormi»  This has been fixed and...

PART 1 of some commonly used irregular French verbs. All are in the indicative present tense ^^ *RE-UPLOADED!* Some kind person pointed out I made a typo in the PC for «dormir»…writing the infinitive again instead of «dormi» This has been fixed and...

Part 2 of some irregular French verbs that crop up quite often. ^^  In the passé composé, I’ve now included the aux verb it conjugates with, using the pronoun «je».  NOTE: the verbs «savoir» and «connaître» both have the meaning of the English...

Part 2 of some irregular French verbs that crop up quite often. ^^ In the passé composé, I’ve now included the aux verb it conjugates with, using the pronoun «je». NOTE: the verbs «savoir» and «connaître» both have the meaning of the English...

Les verbes au passé simple: des verbes réguliers  The passé simple is a tense that replaces the passé composé in literary writing (articles, books etc.). You will probably not have to conjugate this tense yourself very often, but it is important to...

Les verbes au passé simple: des verbes réguliers The passé simple is a tense that replaces the passé composé in literary writing (articles, books etc.). You will probably not have to conjugate this tense yourself very often, but it is important to...

This is the l'imparfait (or the imperfect past tense).  The endings are the same for ALL verbs. To conjugate this tense, change the infinitive verb to the nous in the present, then remove the «ons» ending with the appropriate imparfait...

This is the l'imparfait (or the imperfect past tense). The endings are the same for ALL verbs. To conjugate this tense, change the infinitive verb to the nous in the present, then remove the «ons» ending with the appropriate imparfait...

This is le futur simple (for regular verbs)  It is formed by taking the infinitive of the verb and adding the endings (which are the same for all verbs).  For verbs that end in RE = remove the e (leave the r) and add the endings on, seen in the example...

This is le futur simple (for regular verbs) It is formed by taking the infinitive of the verb and adding the endings (which are the same for all verbs). For verbs that end in RE = remove the e (leave the r) and add the endings on, seen in the example...

This is le futur simple (for regular verbs)  It is formed by taking the infinitive of the verb and adding the endings (which are the same for all verbs).  For verbs that end in RE = remove the e (leave the r) and add the endings on, seen in the example...

This is le futur simple (for regular verbs) It is formed by taking the infinitive of the verb and adding the endings (which are the same for all verbs). For verbs that end in RE = remove the e (leave the r) and add the endings on, seen in the example...

This is le conditionnel présent  It is formed by using the stem of the verb used in le futur simple (the future) and adding the endings used in the l'imparfait (the imperfect past tense).  The endings are the same for all verbs!  E.g.  être → ser~ (le...

This is le conditionnel présent It is formed by using the stem of the verb used in le futur simple (the future) and adding the endings used in the l'imparfait (the imperfect past tense). The endings are the same for all verbs! E.g. être → ser~ (le...