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The 24 verb Nail the French Conjugation Table

Twenty-four of the most important verbs in French conjugated in all tenses in a colour coded French conjugation table to make it easy to understand and memorize French grammar.

Find out in a blink of an eye the typical French verb endings for each tense !

Aim : Conjugate verbs in French easily ! Speak French like a native and make no mistake. Write without conjugation mistakes.

  • Present tense in French
  • Passé composé
  • Futur proche French
  • Futur simple in French
  • Conditionnel
  • Present and past stem shortcut
  • 1st, 2nd and 2rd class verbs (er, re, ir, oir..)
  • Free PDF to download and keep !

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French conjugation is not easy, let’s be honest but I have devised a way for you to learn conjugating French verbs easily nevertheless !

Would you like to be able to conjugate verbs in French in the blink of an eye 👀 ?

Would you like to feel confident holding a French conversation with a native and not to be ashamed of your grammatical mistakes in French.

This is why I have create a colour-coded user-friendly French conjugation table.

With this table I will help you go beyond the French basics and on to speaking ‘le français authentique’ because French grammar is difficult but it is not insurmountable and it doesn’t need to be boring too.

Verbs in French come in 3 different categories : 1st, second and third group. Broadly speaking, the 1st group of French verbs is composed of the ‘er’ French verb ending, the second category the ‘ir’ French verb ending and the third one, whatever is left 👍

The nail the French conjugation table explained

Nail the French conjugation table
Nail the French conjugation table

This is a colour-coded French conjugation table designed to give you a clear understanding of French conjugation at a glance. Commun stems and irregularities are highlighted. 

These are the 24 most commun French verbs – a must know

Each French verb comes with the French infinitive, a stem for the past and a stem for the future so that you can easily build all tenses.

Did you think French conjugation was hard? Try this table and you will have a better understanding of how the structure works.

You can then apply to many other verbs. For example, if you know how to conjugate the verb ‘prendre’ in French; to take then you can apply the same principle as explained in this conjugation table, conjugate ‘apprendre’; to learn.

Practice the conjugation starting from the present tense in French, to the passé composé to the futur proche and the futur simple and finally the conditionnel in French, all the tenses in French that you need to be able to hold a French everyday conversation. Use all the time so it so that it becomes second nature and you can easily recall the French verb ending form you need during your French GCSE speaking or writing exam.

Tenses in French do not need to be complicated to learn nor do you need to spend it a lot of time. My advice, print the French conjugation e-book and have it handy for easy consultation.

Furthermore, I have added in the first column, the translation in French, in the second column, the infinitive, the present stem (in blue), the past participle (in green) , the future (and conditional) stem of the French verbs (in red) to make it easy to conjugate verbs in French because it is like following a recipe: First you take the relevant stem, then you add the common French verbs ending 🧑‍🍳

French conjugation table of the verb to have ‘avoir’

In this example you can see

For example the present tense in French of ‘er’ verbs is always the same, for example, marcher : to walk

The recipe is :

  1. Remove ‘er’ of the French verb infinitive = march
  2. Add the corresponding French verb ending, highlighted in bold
Je marcheI walk
Tu marchesYou walk
Il/elle marcheHe, she walks
Nous marchonsWe walk
Vous marchezYou walk (group or polite form)
Ils/elles marchentThey walk
Present tense in French

In my unique French conjugation table, I have made it easy to spot the regular French verbs endings and I have highlighted the ones that differ by highlighting them.

ER French verb endings

For example, here you can see the regular ER French verb endings of the verb ‘trouver’ = to find, highlighted in purple and placed in a separate dark blue column. To conjugate the verb in the present tense in French, you follow the recipe explained above.

Now, you can see that for the French verb ‘acheter’, which means ‘to buy’. There are somme irregular changes, for example the ‘e’ turns into ‘è’ with the first, second and third person of the singular and plural in French, thus there are highlighted in purple in the first column for early recognition.

Irregular er French verb endings
Irregular er French verb endings
French conjugation table

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All the essential vocabulary, ideal if you are revising for your French GCSE or want to learn some vocabulary to talk about every day topics Audios 🎧 and Quizlet links included, to learn vocabulary in a fun way ✅

  • Family and friends
  • People
  • Leisure
  • Cinema
  • your region
  • your holidays
  • Going to the restaurant
  • School
  • Future plans and ambitions
  • The Environment and the international dimension
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Aim : know some vocabulary for everyday conversation, learn some sentence starters to use in your French GCSE speaking or writing exam.

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