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GildaDetweiler341
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do you conjugate all ER verbs the same?

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lexi15

For regular er verbs yes! There is one exception to this rule of conjugation though the verb aller is irregular and is conjugated differently despite being an -er verb :)

astoumbos

Tous les verbes dont l'infinitif se termine par -er sont des verbes du premier groupe, sauf le verbe aller.  Exemple :  jouer, parler, chanter, manger, danser, marcher.... ALLER : C'est un groupe « régulier » car son unique radical ne subit pas de modification au cours de la conjugaison. Exemple :  Chanter :  je chante;  tu chantes,  il, elle on chante,  nous chantons; vous chantez, ils, elles chantent Aller : Je vais tu vas il, elle, on va  nous allons vous allez ils, elles vont (All verbs with infinitives ending in -er are verbs of the first group, except the word go. play, talk, sing, eat, dance, play GO: It's a group "regular" because its unique radical undergoes no change during conjugation. Example: Singing: singing; sing; sing Go: I you'll he, she, we will we will you go they, they will

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