First group – premier groupe


Let's Define It!

What's the *first group*?

The premier groupe as it's called in French (or first group in English) refers to -er verbs such as aimer which conjugate in a predictable fashion. As such, it is the easiest (I think so!).

It's the group with the most verbs. In fact, almost all new verbs coined by the French language would land in this group.

With the exception of the verb aller, all er verbs belong to the same group, le premier groupe. 


Let's Pronounce It!

What does it sound like in French?


Let's Have an Example or Two!

Can a little reinforcement do the trick?

Verbs such as parler, demander, neiger, acheter, crier, assister, and hundreds more are contained in this verbal group.


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