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Hi. I am doing my French homework. How do you conjugate verbs? I find this really difficult
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What do you mean by conjugate?
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What do you mean by conjugate?
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At home, I am chatty however at school I am quiet and shy
I won’t do it all for you, but this sentence requires the present tense, so you would use ‘je suis’ to say ‘I am’. ‘Suis’ is the present ‘I’ form of the verb être, which is irregular and doesn’t follow normal conjugation patterns so you have to learn it by heart.

If you ever want to conjugate a verb I would use word reference.

http://www.wordreference.com/conj/FrVerbs.aspx?v=avoir

Just type in the infinitive form of the verb (which is what you would get from a dictionary) and it lists all the possible conjugations. However, in exams you won’t be able to use this so you need to learn the regular endings for verbs ending in ‘ir’, ‘er’ and ‘re’. Just google it. I would recommend sites by Laura K Lawless as they are quite comprehenseive.

Just ask if you need anything else!
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there are websites that can help you conguate them in the present tense and others eg http://www.conjugation-fr.com
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I won’t do it all for you, but this sentence requires the present tense, so you would use ‘je suis’ to say ‘I am’. ‘Suis’ is the present ‘I’ form of the verb être, which is irregular and doesn’t follow normal conjugation patterns so you have to learn it by heart.

If you ever want to conjugate a verb I would use word reference.

http://www.wordreference.com/conj/FrVerbs.aspx?v=avoir

Just type in the infinitive form of the verb (which is what you would get from a dictionary) and it lists all the possible conjugations. However, in exams you won’t be able to use this so you need to learn the regular endings for verbs ending in ‘ir’, ‘er’ and ‘re’. Just google it. I would recommend sites by Laura K Lawless as they are quite comprehenseive.

Just ask if you need anything else!

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