Verbs ending in -er in the imperative in French
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Verbs ending in -er in the imperative
For first group verbs (ending in -er), remove the final -s in the second person singular. Aller (to go) follows the same rule.
Appelle ta mère ! Call your mother!
Note: When using the pronouns en or y with the imperative in the second person, keep the final -s to make a liaison.
Parle moins fort ! → Parles-en à Victor ! Speak less loudly! → Speak to Victor about it!
Pense à mon argent ! → Penses-y ! Think about my money → Think about it!
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