French Grammar Explained /

Irregular verbs IR, OIR, RE

The French language has a pretty wide variety of verbs, some are regulars (they follow the same pattern) and some are irregulars (they do not follow the same pattern).
Let's put it like this:
Regular verbs
Irregular verbs
Ending in -ER (manger, se lever, parler...)
Ending in -RE (vendre, prendre, mettre...)
Ending in -IR (finir, grandir, choisir...)
Ending in -IR (partir, sortir, courir...)
Ending in -OIR (vouloir, pouvoir, voir...)
Uh... Did they really need to have more irregular than regular verbs?!
Actually... The regular -ER verbs are the most common in the French language! Just a few of the irregular ones are really necessary.
Ha, good to know!
Let's look at some examples:
Je parle français.
I speak French.
Tu reçois des cadeaux à Noël.
You receive gifts on Christmas.
Nous partons en Suisse pour les affaires.
We go to Switzerland for business.
Vous dormez à l'hôtel en voyage ?
Do you sleep at a hotel when traveling?
Ils vendent des téléphones dans leur métier.
They sell phones at their work.
Elles ouvrent les lettres de tous leurs collègues.
They open the letters of all their colleagues.