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By the top of this lesson, it’s best to perceive:

Aimez-vous ce movie ? Oui, je l’aime.
Nous jouons aux cartes.

and probably perceive:

Je lui donne le livre.
Il adore jouer aux jeux vidéo.

Dialogue [edit]

Grammar · Common -er verbs · Les verbes en -er[edit]

Formation[edit]

Most French verbs fall into the class of -er verbs. To conjugate, drop the -er to search out the stem or root. Add endings to the foundation based mostly on the topic and tense.

Pronunciation, elision and liaison[edit]

The -e, -es, and -ent endings all have the identical silent pronunciation. The -er and -ez endings are pronounced About this sound /e/ , and the -ons ending is pronounced About this sound /ɔ̃/ .

In all conjugations, je adjustments to j ‘ when adopted by a vowel or silent h:

J’aime…I like…
J’habite…I dwell…

In all plural varieties, the s on the finish of every topic pronoun, usually unpronounced, turns into a z sound and the n of on turns into pronounced when adopted by a vowel.

Conjugation examples[edit]

Infinitive Stem Current indicative conjugation
First particular person Second particular person Third particular person
aimer intention J’ aime Tu aimes Il aime Singular
Nous aimons Vous aimez Ils aiment Plural
parler parl Je parle Tu parles Il parle Singular
Nous parlons Vous parlez Ils parlent Plural
habiter behavior J’ habite Tu habites Il habite Singular
Nous habitons Vous habitez Ils habitent Plural
écouter écout J’ écoute Tu écoutes Il écoute Singular
Nous écoutons Vous écoutez Ils écoutent Plural

Supplementary vocabulary · Frequent -er verbs [edit]

Vocabulary · Locations [edit]

Grammar · Direct object pronouns le, la, and les [edit]

The direct object pronoun le (Listen /lə/), which means it or him, replaces masculine singular direct objects:

Je donne le livre au prof. (I am giving the e-book to the trainer.)
Je le donne au prof. (I am giving it to the trainer.)

La (Listen /la/), which means it or her, replaces female singular direct objects:

Je donne la calculatrice au prof. (I am giving the calculator to the trainer.)
Je la donne au prof. (I am giving it to the trainer.)

Les (Listen /le/), which means them, replaces plural direct objects:

Je donne les livres au prof. (I am giving the books to the trainer.)
Je les donne au prof. (I am giving them to the trainer.)

Le and la change into l’ earlier than a vowel:

Aimez-vous le live performance ? Oui, je l’aime. (Do you just like the live performance? Sure, I prefer it.)

Le, la, and les can exchange both folks or issues:

Aimez-vous le movie ? Oui, je l’aime. (Do you just like the movie? Sure, I prefer it.)
Aimez-vous l’acteur ? Oui, je l’aime. (Do you just like the actor? Sure, I like him.)

Abstract[edit]

Examples[edit]

Vocabulary · Sports activities, video games, and devices [edit]

The verb jouer/ʒwe/ is a daily -er verb which means to play. It may be used to discuss with sports activities, video games, and devices.

When referring to sports activities or video games, jouer à … is used; recall that au/o/ replaces à le, and aux/o/ replaces à les:

Je joue au baseball.I am enjoying baseball.
Nous jouons aux cartes.We’re enjoying playing cards.

When referring to devices, jouer de … is used; recall that du/dy/ replaces de le, and des/dɛ/ replaces de les:

Je joue du piano.I am enjoying the piano.

Supplementary vocabulary · Sports activities [edit]

Supplementary vocabulary · Video games · Les jeux[edit]

Supplementary vocabulary · Devices [edit]

Supplementary grammar · Oblique object pronouns lui and leur [edit]

Supplementary grammar · Conjugated verb + infinitive [edit]

Supplementary grammar · To have enjoyable · S’amuser[edit]

The verb s’amuser means to have enjoyable in English. It’s a sort of pronominal verb (a verb that features a pronoun as a part of it) known as a reflexive verb, which signifies that the motion of the verb is mirrored again onto the topic. Actually translated, the verb means To amuse oneself.

Formation[edit]

Infinitive Stem Current indicative conjugation
First particular person Second particular person Third particular person
s’amuser amus Je m’ amuse Tu t’ amuses Il s’ amuse Singular
Nous nous amusons Vous vous amusez Ils s’ amusent Plural

Examples[edit]

Je m’amuse avec mes amis.I take pleasure in with my mates.

Dialogue [edit]

Workout routines [edit]

TrainFill within the clean utilizing jouer

(Spotlight or hover over a line to point out the reply.)
Fill in every clean with the proper type of jouer.

nous ______ nous jouons
elle ______ elle joue
tu ______ tu joues
il ______ il joue
elles ______ elles jouent
vous ______ vous jouez
je ______ je joue
ils ______ ils jouent

TrainTranslation

(Spotlight or hover over a line to point out the reply.)
Translate from French to English.

le théâtre theater
le parc park
la piscine swimming pool
la salle de jeux recreation room, playroom
le restaurant restaurant
le stade stadium
le cinéma
la salle de cinéma
cinema
la plage seaside
le on line casino
la maison de jeu
on line casino
la salle de live performance live performance corridor
la bibliothèque library

TrainTranslation

(Spotlight or hover over a line to point out the reply.)
Translate from English to French.

restaurant le restaurant
recreation room, playroom la salle de jeux
theater le théâtre
live performance corridor la salle de live performance
swimming pool la piscine
cinema le cinéma
la salle de cinéma
on line casino le on line casino
la maison de jeu
library la bibliothèque
stadium le stade
seaside la plage
park le parc

Supplementary workouts [edit]

TrainTranslation

(Spotlight or hover over a line to point out the reply.)
Translate from French to English.

porter to hold, to put on
donner to offer
regarder to look at
écouter to take heed to
parler to talk, to speak
entrer to enter
aimer to love
demander to ask (for)
sembler to look, to resemble
trouver to search out, to shock
passer to move, to spend (time)
chercher to search for
arriver to reach, to occur

TrainTranslation

(Spotlight or hover over a line to point out the reply.)
Translate from English to French.

to search out, to shock trouver
to search for chercher
to offer donner
to look at regarder
to hold, to put on porter
to talk, to speak parler
to enter entrer
to reach, to occur arriver
to take heed to écouter
to look, to resemble sembler
to love aimer
to ask (for) demander
to move, to spend (time) passer

TrainFill within the clean utilizing -er verbs

(Spotlight or hover over a line to point out the reply.)
Fill in every clean with the proper type of the -er verb in parentheses.

nous ______ (parler) nous parlons
elle ______ (chercher) elle cherche
tu ______ (écouter) tu écoutes
il ______ (entrer) il entre
elles ______ (regarder) elles regardent
vous ______ (aimer) vous aimez
je ______ (demander) je demande
ils ______ (sembler) ils semblent
nous ______ (donner) nous donnons
tu ______ (arriver) tu arrives
on ______ (porter) on porte
ils ______ (chercher) ils cherchent
nous ______ (demander) nous demandons
je ______ (regarder) je regarde
vous ______ (sembler) vous semblez
on ______ (aimer) on aime
elles ______ (donner) elles donnent
vous ______ (chercher) vous cherchez


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