Verbs ending in -cevoir in the present tense in French

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Verbs ending in -cevoir in the present tense

The verbs recevoir (to receive) and apercevoir (to notice/be aware of) are conjugated in the present tense in the following way. The same goes for concevoir (to conceive), décevoir (to disappoint), and percevoir (to perceive)
recevoir en
Je reçois
Tu reçois
Il reçoit/elle reçoit
Nous recevons
Vous recevez
Ils reçoivent/elles reçoivent

Muriel et Marcel reçoivent une prime pour leur travail. Muriel and Marcel are getting a bonus for their work.

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