Quiz Yourself: Are You An Expert In Irregular French Verbs?
The French language is notorious for its many irregularities and exceptions to rules, especially when it comes to these irregular verbs.
You've been studying them, but how well do you really know these tricky French verbs in the present tense? Test your knowledge and find out which verbs could use some more practice.
How did you do? Check out our French Verb Guide for more help studying French grammar and show off your score in the comments below!
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