There are five categories of verbs that require spelling changes

There are five categories of verbs that require spelling changes

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There are five categories of verbs that require spelling changes:  Verbs ending in  -cer:  Change  c  to  ç  before  a  or  o  to maintain a soft sound. In the present,  this occurs only in the  nous  form:  placer  (to place):  je place, tu places, il place, nous plaçons, vous placez, ils placent   Other  -cer  verbs include  annoncer, avancer, commencer, effacer  (to erase),  lancer  (to throw),  menacer, prononcer, remplacer  (to replace), and  renoncer à  (to give up).  Verbs ending in  -ger:  Insert a silent  e  between  g  and  a  and  g  and  o  to maintain a soft sound.  In the present, this occurs only in the  nous  form:  nager  (to swim):  je nage, tu nages, il nage, nous nageons, vous nagez, ils nagent   Other  -ger  verbs include  arranger, changer, corriger  (to correct),  déménager  (to move),  déranger  (to disturb),  diriger
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