Note that the ending for the je

Note that the ending for the je - • rendre ils rendront...

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Note that the ending for the  je, tu, il,  and  ils  form is the present tense of  avoir.  The  nous  form is  formed by adding  -ons;  the vous form is formed by adding  -ez.   Note the following about forming the future tense of regular verbs:  Endings are added to the complete infinitive of  -er  and  -ir  verbs.  For  -re  verbs, drop the final  e  before adding the appropriate future ending: 
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Unformatted text preview: • rendre: ils rendront • For -er verbs, if the stem has two consecutive pronounced consonants before -er, the e of the -er infinitive ending is pronounced: • parler: il parlera • If the stem has one pronounced consonant before -er, the e of the -er infinitive is silent: • diner: nous dînerons...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course FR 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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