The verbs acheter and geler in the present tense

In the present tense, the verbs acheter, geler and other verbs derived from them are conjugated like 1st-group verbs (those ending in -er), but a grave accent (è) is added for the je, tu, il/elle and ils/elles forms.

acheter en
Tu achètes
Il achète/elle achète
Nous achetons
Vous achetez
Ils achètent/elles achètent
geler en
Je gèle
Tu gèles
Il gèle/elle gèle
Nous gelons
Vous gelez
Ils gèlent/elles gèlent

Il achète ses fruits au marché. He buys his fruit at the market.
Je décongèle Victor Hugo. I'm defrosting Victor Hugo.

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