Pronominal verbs in the present tense in French
French lesson 10 of conjugation: pronominal verbs in the present tense in French
Knowing the pronominal verbs in the present tense in French is very important. Pronominal verbs have a reflexive pronoun. In the infinitive, the reflexive pronoun is " se " or " s’ " before a vowel (a, e, i, o, u, y). Here are some examples of French pronominal verbs: s’appeler, se lever, se laver, se reposer, se maquiller, se peser, se coiffer, se réveiller. The video below will teach you how to use pronominal verbs in the present tense in French:
The conjugation of pronominal verbs in the present tense in French
Pronominal verbs are conjugated with a reflexive pronoun of the same person as the subject.
Subject personal pronouns
|Je||me ou m'|
|Tu||te ou t'|
|Il, Elle, On||se ou s'|
|Ils, Elles||se ou s'|
Je m'appelle Thomas.
Tu te lèves à 8h00.
Elle se maquille.
Vous vous reposez.
Pronominal verbs in the negative form (ne pas)
Construction of the sentence in the negative form with a pronominal verb:
subject + ne + verb + pas + complement
Je ne m’appelle pas Thomas.
Ils ne se réveillent pas à 8h00.
Once you have correctly mastered this conjugation lesson on the French pronominal verbs in the present tense, you can move on to the next conjugation lesson:
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