The verb vaincre in the present tense in French

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The verb vaincre in the present tense

The verb vaincre (to defeat) and its derivative convaincre (to convince) in the present:
vaincre en
Je vaincs
Tu vaincs
Il vainc/elle vainc
Nous vainquons
Vous vainquez
Ils vainquent/elles vainquent

Tes projets de vacances ne me convainquent pas du tout. Your vacation plans don’t convince me at all.

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