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French -ir Verbs List & Flashcards

French -ir Verbs List & Flashcards
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She thinks.

Elle réfléchit.
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I gain weight.

Je grossis.
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They (males and females) lose weight.

Ils maigrissent.
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We grow up.

Nous grandissons.
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You succeed.

Tu réussis.
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I finish.

Je finis.
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Identify which of the conjugations below are pronounced the same:

je choisis, tu choisis, elle choisit, nous choisissons, vous choisissez, ils choisissent.

Je choisis, tu choisis, and elle choisit all have the same verb pronunciation.
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The part of the verb to which a conjugation is added, or the bold part of the verb below:

Ils choisissent.

The stem
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A name for who or what is doing an action or verb.
The subject
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Verb endings are called _____.
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Flashcard Content Overview

Are you working on learning verb conjugations in French? These flashcards focus on conjugation patterns for regular -ir verbs in French. You can use these flashcards to practice conjugating -ir verbs for different subjects (je, tu, il/elle, nous, vous, and ils/elles). You will also get familiar with some of the most commonly used -ir verbs: finir, réfléchir, grandir, maigrir, grossir, and réussir.

Additional Study

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

Studying with Flashcards

You can use this set of flashcards to work on your French conjugations, specifically for regular -ir verbs. Use the set to quiz yourself or review with friends. See the English subject and verb on the front side, and try to correctly match the French translation on the reverse side. If you would like, you can also keep the flashcard set on your phone or tablet for convenient studying.

Front
Back
Verb endings are called _____.
Conjugations
A name for who or what is doing an action or verb.
The subject

The part of the verb to which a conjugation is added, or the bold part of the verb below:

Ils choisissent.

The stem

Identify which of the conjugations below are pronounced the same:

je choisis, tu choisis, elle choisit, nous choisissons, vous choisissez, ils choisissent.

Je choisis, tu choisis, and elle choisit all have the same verb pronunciation.

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I finish.

Je finis.

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You succeed.

Tu réussis.

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We grow up.

Nous grandissons.

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They (males and females) lose weight.

Ils maigrissent.

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I gain weight.

Je grossis.

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She thinks.

Elle réfléchit.

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You (plural) succeed.

Vous réussissez.

Identify the stem of the following verb:

réfléchir

Réfléch-

(To find the stem: remove the -ir from the end of the verb.)

Identify the stem of the following verb:

finir

Fin-

(To find the stem: remove the -ir from the end of the verb.)

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They (females) grow up.

Elles grandissent.

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We finish.

Nous finissons.

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Jean and Simone think.

(Note: French for 'and' is et.)

Jean et Simone réfléchissent.

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You (singular, informal) choose.

Tu choisis.

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Marc chooses.

Marc choisit.
'Grand-eess' or 'Grand-eess-ahnt' - Identify which pronunciation is correct for the verb grandissent.
Grand-eess.

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You (plural) gain weight.

Vous grossissez.

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