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  1. Les verbes réguliers en -er

  2. Regular Verbs • There are three sets of regular verb conjugations in French. Verbs that end in ER, IR, and RE. • They all follow similar patterns. • Once you learn how to conjugate the verbs, you can say so many more things! • Today we’ll work on ER verbs (the most common)

  3. Terminology: Infinitive & Stem • Infinitive: Basic form of the verb that can be found in the dictionary • Stem: The verb without the -er attached • Ex: Parler Infinitive - parler Stem - parl-

  4. Regular Verbs Ending in -ER Step 1: Drop the ER off of the end of the verb • Step 2: Decide which subject to use (Je/Tu/Nous/etc) • Step 3: Figure out which ending corresponds to the subject • Step 4: Add the new ending to the stem

  5. Je -e Tu -es Il -e Elle -e On -e Nous -ons Vous -ez Ils -ent Elles -ent Endings

  6. Je parle Tu parles Il parle Elle parle On parle Nous parlons Vous parlez Ils parlent Elles parlent Parler

  7. I speak You speak He speaks She speaks One speaks We speak You speak (ya’ll) They speak (m,m&f) They speak (f) To Speak

  8. J’aime Tu aimes Il aime Elle aime On aime Nous_aimons Vous_aimez Ils_aiment Elles_aiment Aimer

  9. I like You like He likes She likes One likes We like You like (ya’ll) They like (m, m&f) They like (f) To like

  10. Régles • The forms for je, tu, il, elle, on, ils, and elles are all pronounced the same • When a verb begins with a vowel or a silent H, je becomes j’ (j’aime, j’habite)

  11. Liason- when a verb begins in a vowel or a silent h, there is a liason between the subject and verb in the nous, vous, ils, and elles forms. • Nous_étudions • Vous_aimez • Ils_habitent

  12. Negation • Subject + Ne + Verb + Pas • Je ne parle pas • In front of a vowel or silent H, change ne to n’ • Je n’aime pas • Je n’habite pas

  13. Le devoir • Les exercises à la page quatre-vingt-onze

  14. P. 91 • Ex 13 - Make up sentences that make sense about Kevin, an American student. #1. Kevin est américain. • Ex 14 - “Qui” means “who” - say who does each thing (complete sentences) Make sure the verb agrees with the subject. #1 Les élèves et les profs parlent en classe.

  15. Ex 15 - OMIT • Ex 16 - OMIT • Ex 17 - Write a complete sentence with personal responses. All are going to start with “JE” and the verbs will end in “e.” #1. J’habite à Clarksville. • Ex 18 - OMIT • Ex 19 - Write a complete sentence • Ex 20 - write only the subjects & verbs #1 Nous arrivons