Can’t remember verb endings?

Regular verb endings are fairly straightforward – you’ve just got to remember them! Here’s a little reminder of the present tense of regular -er, i-r and -re verbs, but have alook on the FROG pages for more details and examples.

er (parler)

je parle

tu parles

il / elle parle

nous parlons

vous parlez

ils / elles parlent


-ir (finir)

je finis

tu finis

il / elle finit

nous finissons

vous finissez

ils / elles finissent


-re (descendre)

je descends

tu descends

il / elle descend

nous descendons

vous descendez

ils / elles descendent

Salut !

This week Y8 are attempting some collabortative writing using the perfect tense.

We’ve spent a few weeks looking at formation of the tense – past participles, auxiliary verbs and stuff like that (remember “avoir” & “être”?).

I used to show them this le weekend dernier