Here you will find a series of lessons covering French verb conjugations. There are many ways to conjugate the verbs and this can cause some confusion for non-native speakers. However, there are many patterns which you will see it make it much easier. There are three kinds of regular verbs: firms that end in ER, IR and RE. You’ll find that these all follow the same conjugation patterns. There are also a number of irregular verbs. These have different conjugation patterns that are equally important to learn.

These lessons also cover explanations of the various verb tenses including the present, past (le passé composé), future (le futur), conditional tense (le conditionnel), imperfect (l’imparfait), subjunctive mood (le subjonctif) as well as reflexive verbs (les verbes reflexives) and verbs conjugated with être in the past tense.

1) Regular ER Verbs2) Regular IR Verbs3) Regular RE Verbs
4) Conditional Tense5) Future Tense6) Imperfect Tense
7) Subjunctive Mood8) Past Tense9) Reflexive Verbs
10 ) Être - To Be 11) Avoir - To Have12) Aller - To Go
13) Faire: To Make or Do14) Boire - To Drink15) Devoir - Must
16) Être Verbs - Passé Composé 17) Irreguar Verbs Passé Composé 18) Essayer - To Try
19) Jouer - To Play20) Manger - To Eat21) Prendre - To Take
22) S’asseoir - To Sit 23) S’embrasser - To Kiss 24) Savoir Vs. Connaitre – To Know
25) Se Cacher - To Hide26) Se Rendre Compte - To Realize 27) Venir - To Come
28) Vouloir - To Want29) Avoir Besoin (To Need)30) Je Vais - I'm Going To
31) Uses of Être32) Uses of Avoir

33) Immediate Future

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