Signer is conjugated the same way that verbs that end in : -er.First group verbs always end with -er as their infinitive. The verb naître and its derivatives follow this model. The verb haïr and its derivatives follow this model.The diaeresis on the "i" disappears in 3rd person singular of indicative present : je hais, tu hais, il hait and in singular in imperative: hait. The verb fleurir has two conjugation variants in present participle and indicative imperfect: and the ending which changes according to the tense and the subject. The verb ouïr is mostly used in past participle and compound tenses. The verb courbaturer has two past participles: courbatu, courbatus, courbatue, courbatures and courbaturé, courbaturés, courbaturée, courbaturées.

The verb quérir is only used in infinitive. The verb pleuvoir is mainly used as an impersonal verb in 3rd person singular: il pleut.

concélébrer | zébrer | décérébrer | enténébrer | térébrer. aléser | bléser | égréser | gréser | réaléser. Verb recevoir has its own conjugation pattern. Unlike the verb clore, enclore does not have circumflex accent in 3rd person indicative present form: il enclot.

The verb surseoir has its own conjugation pattern. -ons, -ez, -ent and peculiarities of the verbs faire (vous faites) and dire (vous dites). The verb comparoir is only used in infinitive (in the expression "être assigné à comparoir" - "be subpoenaed") and in present participle (comparant). extraire | soustraire | distraire | abstraire | attraire.

However, spelling reform of 1990 allows the variation silent e -> è except for jander and its derivatives. The verb coudre and its derivatives follow this model. Verbs ending in -aître follow this model except for the verb naître and its derivatives and the verb paître. The verb issir is only used in past participle in the fixed phrase "être issu de". The verbs whose main part can change are called irregular verbs. The verb assoir have their own conjugation pattern; there are two conjugation variants: il assoit / il assied. paramétrer | perpétrer | chronométrer | s'interpénétrer | compénétrer. Its ending changes according to the Tense (Present, Past, Future), Mood (Indicative, Conditional, Subjunctive, Imperative) and Voice (Active, Passive). Learn how to conjugate verbs in the indicative tenses in French with Lingolia. Verb s'agir is used in 3rd person singular only (impersonal) : il s'agit. Verbs ending in -aillir follow this model except for : ¨     In the Present Indicative, the verbs ouvrir, offrir, cueillir, souffrir are conjugated like the verbs of the 1st group. However, the regular "i" is allowed: il plait, il déplait.

Verbs ending in -écher have an alteration (é -> è) in some forms (before a silent syllable except for the future and conditional forms) : sécher / il sèche but il séchera, il sécherait. It is conjugated with auxiliary être in compound forms (il est advenu). a lancé  The infinitive of verbs ¨    A verb is always identified by its Infinitive. Just like the verbs similar to manger, the verbs following this pattern keep the "e" after "g" if they it is followed by vowels "a" or "o": il protégeait, nous protégeons. Example :                 Pierre                                                 le ballon. Verb tenir and its derivatives follow this model (verbs ending in -enir). Exception : the verbs in –eindre, -aindre ou –oindre lose their -d and are conjugated like the verb courir : -s, -s, -t, -ons, -ez, -ent. Verbs ending in -eler of the model peler have an alteration (silent e -> è) in some forms (before a silent syllable including future and conditional forms) : il cisèle, il cisèlera, il cisèlerait. ©2020 Reverso-Softissimo. Regular verbs ending in -ander follow the pattern of jander (doubling of the consonant t -> tt before a silent "e" : il jandte). The present indicative or présent de l'indicatif in french, is a simple tense.This tense is not formed with an auxiliary. Verbs that end in -re are the third conjugation type. Verbs ending in -éter have an alteration (é -> è) in some forms (before a silent syllable except for the future and conditional forms): répéter / il répète but il répétera, il répéterait. The verb savoir and its derivatives follow this model. The verbs following this model (raire, traire, abstraire, distraire, extraire, soustraire) don’t have simple past and imperfect subjunctive forms. This is the case of verbs: brouillasser, bruiner, brumasser, brumer, crachiner, dracher, gouttiner, grêler, neiger (and its derivatives), neigeoter, pleuvasser, pleuviner, pleuvioter, pleuvoter, pluvioter, pluviner, vaser, venter, verglacer. Verbs ending in -éper have an alteration (é -> è) in some forms (before a silent syllable except for the future and conditional forms) : receper / il recèpe but il recépera, il recéperait.

The verbs déclore and forclore are only used in infinitive and au past participle: déclos, déclose, décloses and forclos, forclose, forcloses. rappeler | renouveler | épeler | museler | atteler. Conjugate the following verbs in the Present Indicative. The verb recroître differs from croître by the circumflex accent appearing in other forms, for example: recrû, recrûs, recrûe, recrûes and crû, crus, crue, crues but je recrois, je recrus and je croîs, je crûs... concevoir | percevoir | décevoir | apercevoir | reconcevoir. Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #3240 A small number of verbs ending in -eler do not double the consonnant and follow the pattern of peler (alteration silent e -> è in some forms : il cisèle, il cisèlera, il cisèlerait). Verbs ending in -égner have an alteration (é -> è) in some forms (before a silent syllable except for the future and conditional forms) : régner / il règne but il régnera, il régnerait. Verbs ending in -écer have an alteration (é -> è) in some forms (before a silent syllable except for the future and conditional forms) : rapiécer / il rapièce but il rapiécera, il rapiécerait. Verbs ending in -éguer have an alteration (é -> è) in some forms (before a silent syllable except for the future and conditional forms) : léguer / il lègue but il léguera, il léguerait. It can be conjugated with both auxiliaries être and avoir in compound forms.

The simple past indicative or passé simple de l'indicatif in french, is a simple tense. hydrogéner | oxygéner | concaténer | refréner | déshydrogéner. The verb taire and its derivatives follow this model. In the sense "to rain", the verb flotter is only used in 3rd person singular: il flotte. The verbs forfaire and surfaire are only used in infinitive, singular of indicative present, past participle and compound tenses.