French Grammar tables

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French Grammar tables

Postby musicman1982 » 2017-09-16, 8:59

Hi everyone, I wanted to ask. Does anyone know where I can find french grammar tables online, I would greatly appreciate it, thank you very much for your time.

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Re: French Grammar tables

Postby vijayjohn » 2017-09-16, 16:31

Maybe Wiktionary? Wiktionary has tables for every verb IIRC.

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Re: French Grammar tables

Postby cldeans » 2018-01-24, 6:36

I know this post is a few months old, but in case anyone comes across it with a search...

lawlessfrench.com

has a stack of tables. Right click has been disabled on the site, but there are ways around that... :) Copy and paste into Word or another text editing programme.

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Re: French Grammar tables

Postby vijayjohn » 2018-08-15, 6:29

Aha, so that's where french.about.com went!

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Re: French Grammar tables

Postby SM11 » 2018-08-30, 16:03

musicman1982 wrote:Hi everyone, I wanted to ask. Does anyone know where I can find french grammar tables online, I would greatly appreciate it, thank you very much for your time.


Hi musicman19982!

I don't know if that's exactly what you're looking for, but this French website is very useful:

https://www.toutelaconjugaison.com/index.html

You just have to insert a verb on the top right corner and click on "OK". It gives you the full conjugation of the verb.

Also, right under the search box, next to "Groupe", you can choose verbs regarding their ending pattern. For example, you can see the conjugation of all the verbs ending in "-ébrer", like the verb célébrer for example.

I hope this could help!
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