ut isn’t this just following the normal rule for -re verbs in le futur?

RobC1Kwiziq community member

ut isn’t this just following the normal rule for -re verbs in le futur?

Asked 4 months ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Rob,

Prendre (and all its derivatives- apprendre, comprendre, dépendre, entreprendre, surprendre etc...)

is an irregular verb and conjugates differently from regular verbs ending in RE.

The past participle is pris and even in the present tense the first person plural will be -

nous prenons, ( not nous prendons)

so the imperfect will be different even if the future tense looks the same.

Hope this helps!

 

RobC1Kwiziq community member

But isn’t this just following the normal rule for -re verbs in le futur?

ut isn’t this just following the normal rule for -re verbs in le futur?

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