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    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Find the correct tense [Change theme]
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    Choisir le bon groupe


    *le 1er groupe renferme les verbes terminés en ER à l'infinitif et par E à la 1ère personne du présent de l'indicatif:placer,je place

    *le 2e groupe renferme les verbes terminés par IR et ayant le participe présent en ISSANT:finir,je finis,finissant

    *le 3 e groupe renferme tous les autres verbes:

    -le verbe ALLER
    -les verbes en IR qui ont le participe présent en ANT:cueillir,je cueille,ceuillant
    -les verbes terminés à l'infinitif en OIR en RE:recevoir, rendre





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    1. valoir
    2. peser
    3. haïr
    4. plaire
    5. croire
    6. aimer
    7. aller
    8. connaître
    9. surseoir
    10. broyer
    11. finir
    12. obéir








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