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French worksheet: regular '-ir' verbs

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Explains conjugation of regular '-ir' ending verbs for French beginners

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French worksheet: regular '-ir' verbs

  1. 1. VERBS ENDING IN ‘-IR’ As well as verbs that end in ‘-er,’ many French verbs have the ending ‘-ir.’ The way that we write the endings to these verbs are a little bit different. Here is an example:
 choisir: to choose. Choisir is a regular -ir ending verb. Je choisis……………………….I choose Tu choisis……………………..You choose Il/Elle choisit……………………He/She chooses Nous choisissons…………………We choose Vous choisissez…………………..You choose Ils/Elles choisissent………………They choose Note: vous is used to say ‘you’ in plural form, or when addressing someone formally. The endings highlighted in bold can be added to the base of all regular -ir ending verbs. Have a go at writing the endings to another verb: finir (to finish) Je _____________________ Tu _____________________ Il/Elle _____________________ Nous _____________________ Vous _____________________ Ils/Elles _____________________ Here are some more regular -ir ending verbs that you can practise with:
 grandir (to grow up) agir (to act) nourrir (to feed) réfléchir (to reflect) réussir (to succeed) avertir (to warn)

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