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French Vocab Chapter 1 -er verbs

french chapter 1 -er verbs list
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accompagner
to accompany
adorer
to ader
aider
to help
aimer
to like, love
ajouter
to add
allumer
to light, turn on
apporter
to bring
arriver
to arrive
bavarder
to chat
camper
to camp
chanter
to sing
chauffer
to heat, warm
chercher
to look for
collectionner
to collect
commander
to order
comparer
to compare
composer
to compose, dial (phone number)
compter
to count
continuer
to continue
coûter
to cost
crier
to shout
cuisiner
to cook
danser
to dance
décorer
to decorate
déjeuner
to eat lunch
demander
to ask (for)
dépenser
to spend
désirer
to desire
dîner
to dine
donner
to give
écouter
to listen (to)
emprunter
to borrow
entrer
to enter
étudier
to study
expliquer
to explain
fermer
to close
gagner
to win
garder
to keep, look after
habiter
to live (in)
indiquer
to indicate
inviter
to invite
jouer
to play
laver
to wash
mâcher
to chew
marcher
to walk
monter
to go up
montrer
to show
noter
to note down, notice
organiser
to organize
oublier
to forget
parler
to speak
participer
to participate
passer
to pass, spend (time)
patiner
to (ice-) skate
pêcher
to fish
penser
to think
plaisanter
to joke
porter
to carry; to wear
pousser
to push; to grow
pratiquer
to practice; to play (sport)
préparer
to prepare
présenter
to introduce
prêter
to lend
raconter
to tell, narrate
rapporter
to bring back
regarder
to look at, watch
rentrer
to return
réparer
to repair
respecter
to respect
rester
to stay, remain
téléphoner
to phone
toucher
to touch
travailler
to work
trouver
to find
vider
to empty
arracher
to pull out
arroser
to water
assister (à)
to attend
cacher
to hide
chasser
to hunt; to chase away
couper
to cut
critiquer
to criticize
déclarer
to declare
décoller
to take off (plane)
demeurer
to live
distribuer
to distribute
durer
to last
emballer
to wrap up
embrasser
to hug; to kiss
enregistrer
to record
épouser
to marry
éviter
to avoid
exprimer
to express
fêter
to celebrate
fonctionner
to work
frapper
to hit
goûter
to taste
gronder
to scold
laisser
to leave, let
louer
to rent
marcher
to walk
mériter
to deserve
pardonner
to pardon, excuse
piloter
to pilot
pleurer
to cry
poser
to place
quitter
to leave
ramasser
to pick up; to collect
regretter
to regret
remarquer
to notice
remercier
to thank
rencontrer
to meet
repasser
to iron
réserver
to reserve
retirer
to remove
saluer
to greet
séjourner
to stay
sembler
to seem
siffler
to whistle
signer
to sign
sonner
to ring
souhaiter
to wish
surveiller
to watch
terminer
to end
tirer
to pull
tomber
to fall
tousser
to cough
traverser
to cross
tromper
to deceive
visiter
to visit
voler
to steal