Learn the present tense – Le présent

    Learn about aller – to go in the present tense

    Learn about aller – to go in the present tense

    Learn about aller - to go in the present tense - le présent in FrenchLearn about aller in the present tense in French. Aller is an irregular verb in French and you will need to learn it since it is a crucial verb. You can use it to talk about movement but it is also...

    Verb endings in the present tense in French

    Verb endings in the present tense in French

    Verb endings in the present tense in FrenchCheck the videos about -er, -ir and -re verbs and the slides below to learn about the verb endings in the present tense for verbs ending in -er, -ir and -re. Use the activities within the slides to check if you understand how...

    Passer (to pass/come) in the present tense in French

    Passer (to pass/come) in the present tense in French

    'Passer' (to pass/come/spend) in the present tense in French'Passer' means 'to pass/come/spend' and is a regular -ER verb in French, therefore it will use the regular endings -e, -es, -e, -ons, -ez, -ent. Here are a few examples: Passer te voir: to come to see you...

    Learn about avoir – to have in the present tense

    Learn about avoir – to have in the present tense

    Avoir - To have in the present tenseLesson on avoir - to have in the present tense Avoir means "to have" in English and is used in various ways and can be extremely useful. One of the most used verb in French. First of all, it can be used to: say what you have: j'ai...

    Ranger (to tidy) in the present tense in French

    Ranger (to tidy) in the present tense in French

    'Ranger' (to tidy) in the present tense in French'Promener' means 'to walk' and is 'almost' a regular -ER verb in French, therefore it will use the regular endings -e, -es, -e, -ons, -ez, -ent but the stem will change for the 'nous' form to keep the soft 'g' sound:...

    Promener (to walk) in the present tense in French

    Promener (to walk) in the present tense in French

    'Promener' (to walk) in the present tense in French'Promener' means 'to walk' and is 'almost' a regular -ER verb in French, therefore it will use the regular endings -e, -es, -e, -ons, -ez, -ent but the stem will change for a few of them (Je, tu, il, elle, on, ils,...

    Laver (to wash) in the present tense in French

    Laver (to wash) in the present tense in French

    'Laver' (to wash) in the present tense in French'Laver' means 'to wash' and is a regular -ER verb in French, therefore it will use the regular endings -e, -es, -e, -ons, -ez, -ent. Here are a few examples: Laver la voiture: to wash the car Laver les...

    Débarrasser (to clear) in the present tense in French

    Débarrasser (to clear) in the present tense in French

    'Débarrasser' (to clear) in the present tense in French'Débarrasser' means 'to clear' and is a regular -ER verb in French and therefore will be following the usual rules for -er verbs in the present tense. Here are a few examples: Débarrasser la table: to clear the...

    Aider (to help) in the present tense in French

    Aider (to help) in the present tense in French

    'Aider' (to help) in the present tense in French'Aider' means 'to help' and is a regular -ER verb in French, therefore it will use the regular endings -e, -es, -e, -ons, -ez, -ent. Here are a couple of examples: Aider à la maison: to help at home Aider un ami à faire...

    Sortir (to go out) in the present tense in French

    Sortir (to go out) in the present tense in French

    'Sortir' (to go out/take out/leave) in the present tense in French'Sortir' means 'to go out' although it does have quite a lot of other English translations (to take out, to leave, to exit etc.) and is an irregular -IR verb in French. It's a verb that you should...

    Mettre (to put) in the present tense in French

    Mettre (to put) in the present tense in French

    'Mettre' (to put) in the present tense in French'Mettre' means 'to put' although it does have quite a lot of other English translations (to place, to apply, to lay, to put on etc.) and is an irregular -RE verb in French. It's a verb that you should definitely know off...

    Faire (to do) in the present tense in French

    Faire (to do) in the present tense in French

    'Faire' (to do) in the present tense in French'Faire' means "to do" and is an irregular verb in French. It's a verb that you should definitely know off by heart since it is used heavily in so many contexts. It's also a very useful verb to use when you want to talk...

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