The verbs plaire and taire in the present tense in French

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The verbs plaire and taire in the present tense

The verbs plaire (to please), complaire (to please), déplaire (to displease), and taire (to keep quiet) are conjugated in the following way:
plaire en
Je plais
Tu plais
Il plaît/elle plaît
Nous plaisons
Vous plaisez
Ils plaisent/elles plaisent
taire en
Je tais
Tu tais
Il tait/elle tait
Nous taisons
Vous taisez
Ils taisent/elles taisent

Cela vous plaît ? Do you like that?
Ils se taisent devant tant de bêtise. They’re silenced by so much stupidity.

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