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    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Present [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - FLE : ÊTRE au présent - FLE : AVOIR au présent - FLE : Pouvoir au présent - Conjugation of -er verbs, subject pronouns - Verbs -1st group-present - Present : Être - Valeurs du Présent de l'Indicatif - FLE-Actions au présent
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    Le présent des verbes du 3e groupe


    Observe ce tableau de terminaisons

     

     

    1er groupe: les verbes qui se terminent par  -er

    2e et 3e groupes : les verbes qui se terminent par -ir, -oir, -indre, -soudre

    Autres verbes: les verbes qui se terminent par en -dre

    Vouloir pouvoir valoir

    Je

    -e

    -s

    -ds

    -x

    Tu

    -es

    -s

    -ds

    -x

    I, elle, on

    -e

    -t

    -d

    -t

    Nous

    -(ss)ons

    -(ss)ez

    -(ss)ent

    Vous

    Ils, elles

     





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    1. Marie et Caroline (attendre) l'autobus.
    2. La pie (construire) son nid dans le pommier.
    3. Romain (courir) après Ludovic.
    4. Tu (descendre) l'escalier en courant.
    5. J'(apercevoir) mes amis qui arrivent.
    6. Tu (répondre) à ma lettre.








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