French Verb Conjugation: Can You Conjugate These French Verbs?
Verb: Regarder (to watch); Person: Nous; Tense: Present tense
Verb: Voir (to see); Person: Vous; Tense: Imperfect
- Avez vu
Verb: Entrer (to enter); Person: Ils/elles; Tense: Conditional
Verb: Conjuguer (to conjugate); Person: tu; Tense: Imperative
Verb: Être; Person: Il/elle; Tense: Future
Verb: Finir; Person: Je; Tense: Subjunctive
Verb: Apprendre (to learn); Person: Vous; Tense: Passé Composé
- Avions appris
- Avez appris
Verb: Dire (to say); Person: Nous; Tense: Plus-que-parfait
- Avions dit
- Avons dit
- Aurons dit
Verb: Chercher (to search); Person: Tu; Tense: Future
For the last one, we're changing it up. What is the infinitive of the French verb in the sentence: "Je vends."
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French Verb Conjugation
French verb conjugation can be difficult. You have to be able to conjugate the irregular verbs as well as the regular verbs, in multiple past, present, and future tenses. French verbs get even more complicated when you add the subjunctive to the mix. Despite the difficulty of conjugation, French remains one of the most popular languages for students to learn.