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RE Group Pronoun | Ending | Descendre > descend- | Perdre > perd- | Vendre > vend- | Je | -s | Descends | Perds | Vends | Tu | -s | Descends | Perds | Vends | Il | - | Descend | Perd | Vend | Nous | -ons | Descendons | Perdons | Vendons | Vous | -ez | Descendez | Perdez | Vendez | Ils | -ent | descendent | perdent | vendent |

ER Group Pronoun | Ending | Parler > Parl- | Donner > Donn- | Visiter > Visit- | Je | -e | Parle | Donne | Visite | Tu | -es | Parles | Donnes | Visites | Il | -e | Parle | donne | Visite | Nous | -ons | Parlons | Donnons | Visitons | Vous | -ez | Parlez | donnez | Visitez | Ils | -ent | parlent | donnent | visitent |

IR Group Pronoun | Ending | Choisir > Chois- | Finir > fin- | Reussir > reuss- | Je | -is | Choisis | Finis | réussis | Tu | -is | Choisis | Finis | réussis | Il | -it | Choisit | Finit | réussit | Nous | -issons | Choisissons | Finissons | réussissons | Vous | -issez | Choisissez | Finissez | réussissez | Ils | -issent | choisissent | finissent | réussissent |

Verbes Promonimaux

s'adresser à to address, speak to s'approcher de to approach s'asseoir to sit down se baigner to bathe, swim se brosser (les cheveux, les dents) to brush (one's hair, one's teeth) se casser (la jambe, le bras) to break (one's leg, one's arm) se coiffer to fix one's hair se coucher to go to bed se couper to cut oneself se dépêcher to hurry se déshabiller to get undressed se doucher to take a shower

s'adresser à to address, speak to s'approcher de to approach s'asseoir to sit down se baigner to bathe, swim se brosser (les cheveux, les dents) to brush (one's hair, one's teeth) se casser…...

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