I had not come across this verb before, and thought it would behave like an ir verb wth a past participle of acquéri. Could you tell me which other verbs follow the same pattern as acquérir? Or is it completely irregular?
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Wordreference has a great verb conjugator that shows verb families. You can see acquérir's here:
Really irregular - acquérir et conquérir etc See wordreference.
The verb ‘quérir’ exists also, from a different origin, and only used in infinitive form, so despite some sites showing conjugation tables for this verb, they are mistaken (one I found showed identical patterns to acquérir and conquérir). Larousse has it correctly listed though.
It wasnt accepted and wanted to check if it was appropriate in this context ?
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