-ER verbs conjugated with je in the present tense

In the present tense, ER verbs (those verbs that end in '-er') conjugated with je always end in an '-e', never an '-s'.

Je mange, je chante, je fume. (I eat, I'm eating), (I sing, I'm singing), (I smoke, I'm smoking).

Exception alert! : Aller is an ER verb, but it's irregular so it doesn't count: je vais (I go, I'm going).

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