Test Your Conjugation – Sample Lesson

“Aimer” and “Arriver” : present tense of regular first-group verbs

“Le présent” is the present tense in French. It’s mostly used to talk about things that are happening in the… present. “Aimer” (to love) and “Arriver” (to arrive) are great examples of “le premier groupe” (= first group verbs), those that end in -er in the infinitive. It’s a very common class of verbs that all follow the same conjugation.

How can you conjugate them in the present tense?
Let’s dive in. 

"Aimer" in the present tense

"Arriver" in the present tense

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