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French -er Verbs List & Flashcards

French -er Verbs List & Flashcards
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They (mixed gender) play and dance.

Ils jouent et dansent.
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You (informal singular) ask.

Tu demandes.
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You (plural) bring.

Vous apportez.
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I telephone/call.

Je téléphone.
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We watch.

Nous regardons.
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She stays.

Elle reste.
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Identify which of the following conjugations of aimer sound the same:

J'aime, tu aimes, il aime, nous aimons, vous aimez, elles aiment.

J'aime, tu aimes, il aime, and elles aiment. In all of those, the conjugation for aimer is pronounced the same.
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Identify the correct conjugation below:

Je habite ici or J'habite ici

J'habite ici. The 'h' acts like a vowel here, so drop the 'e' and add an apostrophe.
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Identify the stem of the word below:

Parler

Parl-
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Flashcard Content Overview

This flashcard set is designed for students of French who are working on learning verb conjugations. These flashcards review conjugation patterns for some of the most common introductory verbs in French: regular -er verbs. This set provides a chance to practice conjugating, and also helps with reviewing the meanings of some common -er words, such as donner, parler, aimer, écouter, and regarder. Use this set to become confident translating and conjugating a number of the most frequently used -er verbs.

Additional Study

To review some additional lessons on how to conjugate verbs in French, take a look at the following lessons:

Studying with Flashcards

If you would like to practice your knowledge of -er verbs, use these flashcards to quiz yourself! You can flip through the cards to review a number of common -er verbs and to practice conjugating them correctly. Don't forget: you can also access this flashcard set on your phone or tablet so that it's handy when you want to review!

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Identify the stem of the word below:

Parler

Parl-

Identify the correct conjugation below:

Je habite ici or J'habite ici

J'habite ici. The 'h' acts like a vowel here, so drop the 'e' and add an apostrophe.

Identify which of the following conjugations of aimer sound the same:

J'aime, tu aimes, il aime, nous aimons, vous aimez, elles aiment.

J'aime, tu aimes, il aime, and elles aiment. In all of those, the conjugation for aimer is pronounced the same.

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She stays.

Elle reste.

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We watch.

Nous regardons.

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I telephone/call.

Je téléphone.

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You (plural) bring.

Vous apportez.

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You (informal singular) ask.

Tu demandes.

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They (mixed gender) play and dance.

Ils jouent et dansent.

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They (female) visit.

Elles visitent.

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I study and I think.

J'étudie et je pense.

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He falls.

Il tombe.

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We sing.

Nous chantons.

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They (mixed gender) look for the book.

Ils cherchent le livre.

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You (plural) show.

Vous montez.

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You (singular) listen to the music.

Tu écoutes à la musique.

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Je parle et tu parles.

I speak and you speak.

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Nous donnons.

We give.

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J'aime, tu aimes, nous aimons tous le pizza!

I like, you like, we all like pizza!

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