10 Basic French Verbs
In this lesson you will learn 10 besic albeit probably the most important and the most frequent French verbs.
It is always wise to start learning any language by trying to master the most frequent verbs as they they allow to express the most important needs.
The list below doesn’t include the two key verbs in most of the languages: to be: être, and to have: avoir. These verbs have a separate article dedicated to their meaning and their conjugation.
These verbs are also the most useful for a tourist or someone going to France and who would like to know the basis.
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It this lesson you will learn or consolidate, if you have gone through the 1st and 2nd part of my French Lessons for Beginners, the conjugation and use of the two most important verbs in the French language: Etre and Avoir.
1. French Verbs: Etre / Avoir
Here are some of the advantages of learning etre (to be) and avoir (to have) from the beginning.
- They are two the most important verbs in almost any language, but they are particularly useful in learning Romance Languages
- Thanks to them you will be able to express all the basic things concerning yourself
- Etre and avoir are essential in constructing most of the grammatical structures of the French language (past, future, conditional, perfect, subjunctive)
- Two irregular verbs, which means they conjugate differently from other verbs
- In both verbs, the second ( tu ) and the third( il/elle ) person singular are pronounced in the same way (although they are written in a different way)
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