Verbs conjugated with je in the present tense that end in -s in French

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Verbs conjugated with je in the present tense that end in -s

In the present tense, verbs in the second and third groups that don’t end in ‘-er’, take an ‘-s’ in the first person singular (je).
Finirje finis (I finish, I’m finishing)
Faireje fais (I do, I’m doing)
Prendreje prends (I take, I’m taking)
Voirje vois (I see, I’m seeing)
Connaîtreje connais (I know)
Êtreje suis (I am)
Allerje vais (I go, I’m going)
Exceptions to the rule:
Pouvoir, vouloirje peux (I can), je veux (I want)
Cueillir, offrir, ouvrirje cueille (I gather, I’m gathering), j’offre (I offer, I’m offering), j’ouvre (I open, I’m opening)
Avoirj’ai (I have, I’m having)

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