The verb faire in the present tense in French

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The verb faire in the present tense

The verb faire is conjugated in the present tense in the following manner. The same goes for its derivatives, malfaire (to do wrong), refaire (to redo), satisfaire (to satisfy), défaire (to undo), etc.
faire en
Je fais
Tu fais
Il fait/elle fait
Nous faisons
Vous faites
Ils font/elles font

Qu’est-ce que tu fais dans la vie ? Je suis écrivain. -What do you do for a living? -I’m a writer.

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