4.2.1.3.1 Perfectly regular verbs ending in -re

The example of the previous page has been already a perfectly regular one. Here we would like to show examples of what we define as regular. These verbs' stem end on d (stem = what we get, omitting the infinitive suffix -re). The third person singular would have a t as ending. It sounds logical that we do not add this suffix to the already existing d.

  Examples      
Personal pronoun descendre (to descend) vendre (to sell) entendre (to listen)
   
  je descends vends entends
  tu descends vends entends
  il / elle descend vend entend
  nous descendons vendons entendons
  vous descendez vendez entendez
  ils / elles descendent vendent entendent





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