The verb conclure in the present tense in French

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The verb conclure in the present tense

The verb conclure (to conclude) is conjugated in the present tense in the following way. The same goes for inclure (to include), exclure (to exclude), occlure(to occlude), and reclure (to confine).
conclure en
Je conclus
Tu conclus
Il conclut/elle conclut
Nous concluons
Vous concluez
Ils concluent/elles concluent
Nous concluons notre soirée par un petit cocktail. We end our evening with a little cocktail.

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