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Unformatted text preview: Lesson 2.08 - Food and Drink G: -ger Verbs -ger verbs are regular -er verbs that are also stem changing. The most common -ger verb is manger. For manger and all other regular -ger verbs, the stem change is adding an e after the g. This only applies in the nous form. In this case, the change is made to preserve the soft g pronunciation rather than the hard g that would be present if the e were not included. Formation French Verb • Print version • audio (upload) manger to eat past participle - mangé Singular first person Plural je mange jeuh mahnge I eat second person tu manges too mahnge you eat il mange eel mahnge he eats third person elle mange ell mahnge she eats nous mangeons noo vmahnge ohn we eat vous mangez voo mahngay we eat ils mangent they eat (masc. or mized) eel mahnge on mange ohn mahnge one eats elles mangent ell mahnge they eat (fem.) Other -ger Verbs changer - to change exiger - to require nager - to swim soulager - to relieve voyager - to travel V: Food French Vocabulary • Print version • audio (upload) Food La nourriture les fruits - fruits la banane banana la cerise cherry le citron lemon la fraise strawberry l'orange (f) orange la pomme apple le raisin grape le pamplemousse grapefruit la viande - meat l'agneau (m) lamb les légumes - vegetables la carotte carrot les épinards (m pl) spinach l'oignon (m) onion les petits pois (m pl) peas la pomme de terre potato la tomate tomato les asperges (f pl) asparagus les haricots (m pl) beans les fruits de mer (m pl) - shellfish, seafood La coquille Saint-Jacques (f) scallop ...
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