Regular French -RE Verbs

Regular French -RE Verbs

17 common regular French -RE verbs


Scroll down to the bottom of the page to practice and master all of the regular -RE French verbs on this list on QUIZLET.  They are all regular verbs so they all follow the same conjugation patterns. Once you learn the three types of regular verbs in French you’ll be well on your way to communicating effectively. The other types of regular French verbs end in -ER and -IR.

Here’s a lesson on Regular French -ER Verbs

Here’s a lesson on Regular French -IR Verbs

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attendre to wait
défendre to defend
dépendre to depend
descendre to descend
entendre to hear
étendre to extend
fendre to split
fondre to melt
perdre to lose
perdre to lose
pondre to lay eggs
prétendre to pretend
rendre to give back
répondre to reply
tendre to extend
tondre to mow
vendre to sell

Practice and master this list of regular French -RE verbs on QUIZLET:

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