‘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, elles) to make it easier to pronounce: promen will become promèn. Here are a few examples:

    • Promener le chien: to walk the dog
    • Promener les enfants: To walk children

    You might want to check the lesson on reflexive verbs to learn some more useful expressions with “se promener”, which will be useful if you want to talk about your own walks.

    Promener in the present tense in French

    ‘Promener’ au présent en français

    (‘To walk’ in the present tense in French)

    Sons (French audio)English translation
     
    Je promène
    I walk
    Tu promènes
    You walk
    Il promène
    He walks
    Elle promène
    She walks
    On promène
    One walks
    Nous promenons
    We walk
    Vous promenez
    You walk
    Ils promènent
    They walk (male or male and female)
    Elles promènent
    They walk (female)

     

    Check out the lesson on the present tense if you want to learn more about the present tense in French.

    Elsewhere on the web - BBC Bitesize

    Check this BBC Bitesize lesson about pocket money and it refers to walking its dog in the present tense.

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