Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM


Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.


La Conjugaison de la Presente

No description

Sabrina Petkus

on 23 April 2010

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of La Conjugaison de la Presente

Conjugating French verbs
in the Present Tense "ER" Verbs "RE" Verbs "IR" Verbs Irregular Verbs An Example is: Parler
Je parl-e
Tu parl-es
Il/Elle/On parl-e
Nous parl-ons
Vous parl-ez
Ils/Elles parl-ent
The endings for verbs that end in ER are:
-ent To conjugate the verb, you remove
the ending and add a new one to the
stem depending on the subject and what
"type" of verb it is. Most verbs are sorted into three main
categories based on what ending they have. "ER" verbs "RE" verbs and "IR" verbs All french verbs consist of two main parts. The "stem" and the "ending" Although 90% of verbs are regular
there are some that don't fit the rules
of the main three categories. They are
known as: The endings for verbs that end in RE are:
-ent An example being descendre
Je descend-s
Tu descend-s
Il/Elle/On descend
Nous descend-ons
Vous descend-ez
Ils/Elles descend-ent The endings for verbs that end in IR are
-issent An example being finir:
Je fin-is
Tu fin-is
Il/Elle/On fin-it
Nous fin-issons
Vous fin-issez
Ils/Elles fin-issent Aller - to go
Je vais
Tu vas
Il/Elle/On va
Nous allons
Vous allez
Ils/Elles vont Avoir- to have
Tu as
Il/Elle/On a
Nous avons
Vous avez
Ils/Elles ont Etre - to be
Je suis
Tu es
Il/Elle/On est
Nous sommes
vous etes
Ils/Elles sont Faire - to do/make
Je fais
Tu fais
Il/Elle/On fait
Nous faisons
Vous faites
Ils/Elles font Prendre - To take
Je prends
Tu prends
Il/Elle/On prend
Nous prenons
Vous prenez
Ils/Elles prennent Boire - To drink
Je bois
Tu bois
Il/Elle/On boit
Nous buvons
Vous buvez
Ils/Elles boivent Ecrire - To write
Tu ecris
Il/Elle/On ecrit
Nous ecrivons
Vous ecrivez
Ils/Elles ecrivent Suivre - To follow
Je suis
Tu suis
Il/Elle/On suit
Nous suivons
Vous suivez
Ils/Elles suivent Vivre - To live
Je vis
Tu vis
Il/Elle/On vit
Nous vivons
Vous vivez
Ils/Elles vivent Pouvoir - To be able to
Je peux, puis
Tu peux
Il/Elle/On peut
Nous pouvons
Vous pouvez
Ils/Elles peuvent Vouloir - To want
Je veux
Tu veux
Il/Elle/On veut
Nous voulons
Vous voulez
Ils/Elles veulent FIN! To find the stem you merely
remove the last two letters of
the verb. For example... The infinitive form (non conjugated
form) of the french word for to dance is "danser". To find the stem one simply removes the "er" on the end yielding: "dans-".Which is then free to be conjugated. Most uses of the present tense in French are the same as they are in English, but there is one usage that is different. Actions which will occur Immediately:

I'll be right there! A Quick Comparisson:

"ER" "RE" "IR"
Je -e -s -is
Tu -es -s -is
Il/Elle/On -e -__ -it
Nous -ons -ons -issons
Vous -ez -ez -issez
Ils/Elles -ent -ent -issent Here the present tense is used to describe the near future.
Full transcript