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Conjugaison verbe : peler, congeler, acheter au présent How to conjugate the verbs : peler (to peel), congeler (to freeze), acheter (to buy) at the present tense (au présent)? Be careful, these verbs have a two forms of radical (basis) and this change is written but also spoken. We must hear the difference between the two forms of conjugaison. Bu
Here is an interesting thing to know regarding the French conjugaison : TU. When you learn the present tense "le présent" in French, the general rule is that you add "s" at the end of your verb (after the radical). BUT, be careful!!!!! You write the "S" at the end of the verbe but you DO NOT PRONOUNCE it 😊 Marcher : tu marches Regarder : tu reg
In this article, I want to give you a few keys to understand how the French conjugaison work. We usually talk about "trois groupes" (3 groups) in the French conjugaison. The first group "le premier groupe" is the easiest because it is the category with the more regularity and nearly no exceptions! It is also a BIG category in the French conjugaison
French conjugaison : the basics "TU" present tense "on" what does it mean? Present tense : le présent, premier groupe Present tense : verbes "peler", "congeler", "acheter" Present tense : le verbe "manger"
Let's get started with our "conjugaison française". Présent verbes du premier groupe In a previous article, I mentioned 3 groups (categories) of verbs. Today, we're going to study the first group : le premier groupe. In this group, you will find all the verbs with the "infinitif" finishing in "ER" : manger, danser, chanter, parler, écouter, rega
Today, let's study the present tense for : la conjugaison du verbe "manger" (to eat). There is a (little) trick, but just a tiny, tiny little one. Tiny but interesting because it will give you a good insight of the French phonetics. In a previous article, I explained that in French, to conjugate a verb of the "premier groupe" at the present tense,
Vocabulaire français : French vocabulary 😋 Do you know what "un ours" means? C'est un animal (it's an animal). Lequel (which one) ? La réponse (the answer): Un ours means "a bear" in English. Un ours polaire = un ours blanc.
Hello! You are currently learning (trying to learn maybe?!) French "conjugaison", French language. And sometimes it's not so easy. Sometimes you feel overwhelmed. Sometimes you feel like you want to give up. Well, you are at the right place. A place where you can learn, a place where you can take time. A place were you will be acknowledged as a hum
Hello! I was just thinking about you as I was writing the post about the "conjugaison" of the "verbes du premier groupe". I was just telling myself that there is a lot to cover regarding the subject of "conjugaison" and unfortunately, in French, the present tense is the most difficult. Well... it's not really difficult, but it is the "conjugaison"
Hello! Let's get started with: "on". What is "on" in French, what does it mean? "On" is very interesting in French because it has two possible meanings. "On" means "we" In a dialogue or in a conversation, if someone tells you : "on va au parc ?", in this case, "on" means "we" : do we go to the park? "Si tu veux, on peut manger des pâtes" : if you