List of 100+ Common Irregular French Verbs
Not all French verbs follow the regular rules. Brush up on the most common irregular verbs in French with this list of over one hundred verbs you need to know.
Common Irregular French Verbs
aller - to go
Past Participle allé
avoir - to have
Past Participle eu
dire - to say, to tell
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