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Ir present participle





In -cer verbs, the c becomes a ç before endings that start with a or o, to indicate that it is still pronounced /s/ (je déplace - nous déplaçons similarly, in kampanjkod cdon -ger verbs, the g becomes ge before such endings, to indicate that.
Between the stem and the inflectional endings that are common across most verbs, there may be a vowel, which in the case of the -er verbs is a silent -e- (in the simple present singular -é or -ai /e/ (in the past participle and the.
Non-finite forms: Infinitive: avoir /avwa/ Present participle: ayant /ej/ Gerundive: en ayant /nej/ Verbal adjective: ayant(s) /ej ayante(s) /ejt/ Past participle: eu(e s) /y/ Auxiliary verb: avoir Être edit This verb has different stems for different tenses.Sg.; but use 3rd.A b Very rarely used in contemporary French References edit Larousse de la conjugaison, 1980.These verbs can be said to have 11 principal parts, because the subjunctive stem may or may not be used for the first and second plural present subjunctive, the imperative and/or the present participle, in ways that vary from verb to verb.



In -oyer and -uyer verbs, the y becomes an i before endings that start with a silent e (nous envoyons streama game of thrones gratis - j'envoie in -ayer verbs, the writer may or may not change the y to an i before such endings (je paye - je paie).
Compound tenses are conjugated with an auxiliary followed by the past participle, ex: j'ai fait (I did je suis tombé (I fell).
Although the stem changes, the inflections of these tenses are as a regular -oir verb.
Additionally, the future and conditional forms of envoyer start with enverr- rather than envoyer- ; and similarly with renvoyer.Mary is writing a letter.Il a été mangé (It was eaten).I am studying Spanish (these days).ma/ (do I walk?).Juan está comiendo pan.Mour-ir "to die" mourr-ai meur-s mour-ons meur-ent mort mouru-s cour-ir "to run" courr-ai cour-s cour-ons cour-ent couru couru-s di-re "to say, tell" dir-ai di-s dis-ons, dites dis-ent dit di-s Note the 2nd.Contents Moods and tenses edit There are seven different moods in French conjugation: indicative ( indicatif subjunctive ( subjonctif conditional ( conditionnel imperative ( impératif infinitive ( infinitif participle ( participe and gerund ( gérondif ).These are imperfect av- /av present subjunctive ai- future and conditional aur- /o simple past and past subjunctive e- (not pronounced: eus, eusse are pronounced as bare inflections /y,.Recev-oir "to receive" recevr-ai reçoi-s recev-ons reçoiv-ent reçu reçu-s Other verbs in -cevoir,.g.




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