-IR verbs – Present – Today’s French

How To Say Statue In French

-IR verbs – Present – Today’s French

Verbes qui se terminent en-IR – Le français d’aujourd’hui

How are regular verbs that end in -IR conjugated in the present tense in French? Practice with Anne. Download the audio file and print this worksheet. Learn French and listen to Anne, a French native, say it at FrenchHour.com

–IR verbs in the present tense follow numerous patterns that can be learned by practicing a lot. That’s the only deal with conjugations in French. I don’t know of any other way to learn them. Practice, repeat, review.

This worksheet walks you through the conjugation of verbs ending in –IR and –OIR in their infinitive form.

You’ll see the word ‘STEM’ in this worksheet. The STEM is the infinitive verb without the ending –IR or–OIR ending: FIN(ir), CHOIS(ir)…

  • Ils choisissent la statuette. — They’re choosing the figurine.
  • Ils finissent de choisir la statuette. — They’re almost done with choosing the figurine.

Most –IR verbs – Most verbs ending in –IR have the following endings added to the stem: you have to memorize these endings.


je STEMis

tu STEMis

elle STEMit  

il STEMit

on STEMit


nous STEMissons

vous STEMissez

ils STEMissent

elles STEMissent


Quiz - -IR verbs - Present Tense

Choisissez la bonne réponse. Pick the right answer.
    You punish them? Are you punishing them?
    You fill/are filling the glass.
    They finish/are finishing their homework.
    We always obey.
    They grow up/are growing up fast.
    She succeeds in everything.
    He grabs/is grabbing the handle of the frying pan.
    I'm thinking (about it).
    We choose/are choosing our house.-- Visit more at -IR verbs in the Present Tense
    We gather/are gathering the information for the file/case.



Students also like this Free French worksheet

du pain sur la planche – French expression


Free access as a Premium Member

Today’s French . List . Mot du Jour List . Le Blogue . 3 Great Memberships Courses . Donate .

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Practice for FreeOpen Access Bite-Sized Practice

· Be a Member ·Get the Full Lessons to Really Learn French