Present
tense
verbs ending with er
Present tense
Something
happening right
now.
Present tense

I am walking to
school.
Present tense
I walk to school.
Present tense

He is eating an
apple.
Present tense
He eats an apple.
Present tense
She is thinking.
Present tense
She thinks.
Present tense
In French, the ending
of the verb changes
depending on the
sentence.
Present tense
Just like in English:
I walk
He walks
Both mean the same
thing.
Present tense

Je marche
Tu marches
Il/Elle/On marche
Nous marchons
Vous marchez
Ils/Elles marchent
Present tense
Je
e
Tu
es
Il/Elle/On e
Nous
ons
Vous
ez
Ils/Elles ent
Present tense

Practice:
I jump
Present tense

Practice:
Je saute
Present tense

Practice:
He climbs
Present tense

Practice:
Il grimpe
Present tense

Practice:
You think
Present tense

Practice:
Tu penses
Present tense

Practice:
She washes.
Present tense

Practice:
Elle lave.
Present tense

Practice:
We dance.
Present tense

Practice:
Nous dansons.
Present tense

Practice:
You cook.
Present tense

Practice:
Vous cuisinez.
Present tense

Practice:
They swim. (m)
Present tense

Practice:
Ils nagent.
Present tense

Practice:
They give. (f)
Present tense

Practice:
Elles donnent.
Present tense

Difference
between:
Nous
On
Present tense

Nous means we

On means we
Present tense
Nous is formal, maybe
you’d use it in a
speech, or speaking to
your boss or someone
important.
Present tense
On is more casual, use
it in everyday
conversation.
Present tense
For this class, it is much
easier just to remember
On, and use On in more
or less any situation you
encounte...
Present tense

Difference
between:
Vous
Tu
Present tense

Vous means you

Tu means you
Present tense
Vous is used to address
more than one person.
It is also used to talk
to someone casually.
Present tense
Tu is really only used
with someone you know
well, or are close to. It
is a sign of resepct.
Present tense
For this class, either one of
them can be correct. I will
not mark one right or the
other wrong. Go with the...
Present tense
Any name, person, place,
thing, animal has the same
ending as Il/Elle/On.
Present tense
Ex.
Le chien marche.
Present tense
Any plural names, people,
places, thinsgs, animals
have the same ending as
Ils/Elles.
Present tense
Ex.
Les chiens marchent.
Present tense

Je mange une pizza.
I’m eating pizza.
Present tense

Tu manges une pizza.
You’re eating pizza.
Present tense

Il mange une pizza.
He’s eating pizza.
Present tense

Elle mange une pizza.
She’s eating pizza.
Present tense

On mange une pizza.
We’re eating pizza.
Present tense

Nous mangeons une
pizza.
We’re eating pizza.
Present tense

Vous mangez une
pizza.
You’re eating pizza.
Present tense

Ils mangent une
pizza.
They’re eating pizza.
Present tense

Elles mangent une
pizza.
They’re eating pizza.
Present tense

Elle parle sur le
téléphone.
She’s talking on the phone.
Present tense

Il regarde la
télélvision.
He’s watching TV.
Present tense

Il porte la table.
He’s carrying a table.
Present tense

Elle leve sa main.
She raises her hand.
Present tense

Le bébé pleure.
The baby’s crying.
Present tense

On patine.
We’re skating.
Present tense

Nous travaillons forte.
We’re working hard.
Present tense

Ils vole dans le ciel.
They fly in the sky.
Present tense

L’oiseau vole dans les
nuages.
The bird is flying in the
clouds.
Present tense

Les oiseaux volent dans
les nuages.
The birds are flying in the
clouds.
Present tense

Alice danse.
Alice dances.
Present tense

Alice et Emily dansent.
Alice and Emily dance.
Present tense

La fille danse.
The girl dances.
Present tense

Les filles dansent.
The girls dance.
Present tense

Elle danse.
She dances.
Present tense

Elles dansent.
They dance.
Present tense

Ils dépensent beaucoup.
They spend a lot.
Present tense

Vous essayez.
You try.
Present tense

Tu essayes.
You try.
Present tense

Nous essayons.
We’re trying.
Present tense

On essaye.
We’re trying.
For the following
slides, try to say,
out loud, in French,
what it happening.
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Present Tense -ER

  1. 1. Present tense verbs ending with er
  2. 2. Present tense Something happening right now.
  3. 3. Present tense I am walking to school.
  4. 4. Present tense I walk to school.
  5. 5. Present tense He is eating an apple.
  6. 6. Present tense He eats an apple.
  7. 7. Present tense She is thinking.
  8. 8. Present tense She thinks.
  9. 9. Present tense In French, the ending of the verb changes depending on the sentence.
  10. 10. Present tense Just like in English: I walk He walks Both mean the same thing.
  11. 11. Present tense Je marche Tu marches Il/Elle/On marche Nous marchons Vous marchez Ils/Elles marchent
  12. 12. Present tense Je e Tu es Il/Elle/On e Nous ons Vous ez Ils/Elles ent
  13. 13. Present tense Practice: I jump
  14. 14. Present tense Practice: Je saute
  15. 15. Present tense Practice: He climbs
  16. 16. Present tense Practice: Il grimpe
  17. 17. Present tense Practice: You think
  18. 18. Present tense Practice: Tu penses
  19. 19. Present tense Practice: She washes.
  20. 20. Present tense Practice: Elle lave.
  21. 21. Present tense Practice: We dance.
  22. 22. Present tense Practice: Nous dansons.
  23. 23. Present tense Practice: You cook.
  24. 24. Present tense Practice: Vous cuisinez.
  25. 25. Present tense Practice: They swim. (m)
  26. 26. Present tense Practice: Ils nagent.
  27. 27. Present tense Practice: They give. (f)
  28. 28. Present tense Practice: Elles donnent.
  29. 29. Present tense Difference between: Nous On
  30. 30. Present tense Nous means we On means we
  31. 31. Present tense Nous is formal, maybe you’d use it in a speech, or speaking to your boss or someone important.
  32. 32. Present tense On is more casual, use it in everyday conversation.
  33. 33. Present tense For this class, it is much easier just to remember On, and use On in more or less any situation you encounter.
  34. 34. Present tense Difference between: Vous Tu
  35. 35. Present tense Vous means you Tu means you
  36. 36. Present tense Vous is used to address more than one person. It is also used to talk to someone casually.
  37. 37. Present tense Tu is really only used with someone you know well, or are close to. It is a sign of resepct.
  38. 38. Present tense For this class, either one of them can be correct. I will not mark one right or the other wrong. Go with the one you find easier to remember.
  39. 39. Present tense Any name, person, place, thing, animal has the same ending as Il/Elle/On.
  40. 40. Present tense Ex. Le chien marche.
  41. 41. Present tense Any plural names, people, places, thinsgs, animals have the same ending as Ils/Elles.
  42. 42. Present tense Ex. Les chiens marchent.
  43. 43. Present tense Je mange une pizza. I’m eating pizza.
  44. 44. Present tense Tu manges une pizza. You’re eating pizza.
  45. 45. Present tense Il mange une pizza. He’s eating pizza.
  46. 46. Present tense Elle mange une pizza. She’s eating pizza.
  47. 47. Present tense On mange une pizza. We’re eating pizza.
  48. 48. Present tense Nous mangeons une pizza. We’re eating pizza.
  49. 49. Present tense Vous mangez une pizza. You’re eating pizza.
  50. 50. Present tense Ils mangent une pizza. They’re eating pizza.
  51. 51. Present tense Elles mangent une pizza. They’re eating pizza.
  52. 52. Present tense Elle parle sur le téléphone. She’s talking on the phone.
  53. 53. Present tense Il regarde la télélvision. He’s watching TV.
  54. 54. Present tense Il porte la table. He’s carrying a table.
  55. 55. Present tense Elle leve sa main. She raises her hand.
  56. 56. Present tense Le bébé pleure. The baby’s crying.
  57. 57. Present tense On patine. We’re skating.
  58. 58. Present tense Nous travaillons forte. We’re working hard.
  59. 59. Present tense Ils vole dans le ciel. They fly in the sky.
  60. 60. Present tense L’oiseau vole dans les nuages. The bird is flying in the clouds.
  61. 61. Present tense Les oiseaux volent dans les nuages. The birds are flying in the clouds.
  62. 62. Present tense Alice danse. Alice dances.
  63. 63. Present tense Alice et Emily dansent. Alice and Emily dance.
  64. 64. Present tense La fille danse. The girl dances.
  65. 65. Present tense Les filles dansent. The girls dance.
  66. 66. Present tense Elle danse. She dances.
  67. 67. Present tense Elles dansent. They dance.
  68. 68. Present tense Ils dépensent beaucoup. They spend a lot.
  69. 69. Present tense Vous essayez. You try.
  70. 70. Present tense Tu essayes. You try.
  71. 71. Present tense Nous essayons. We’re trying.
  72. 72. Present tense On essaye. We’re trying.
  73. 73. For the following slides, try to say, out loud, in French, what it happening.
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