Verb Tables for the 50 Most Common French Verbs

CollinsDictionary.com now has full verb conjugation tables for over 5,000 French verbs. There are links below to Verb conjugation tables for 50 of the most common French verbs, or you can search all French verb tables here.

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The 50 Most Common French Verbs

accepter acheter aller
annuler apporter apprendre
avoir boire casser
changer compter conduire
contenir couper croire
danser demander dessiner
devenir devoir donner
écouter emmener être
expliquer  faire falloir
jeter laver manger
mettre oublier parler
partir  passer peigner
pouvoir prendre prêter
remplir réparer savoir
sortir terminer tomber
trouver venir voir
voler vouloir

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