Verbs ending in -ger in the imperfect tense

Verbs that end in -GER, such as manger (to eat), are conjugated in the imperfect in the following way. The same goes for bouger (to move), nager (to swim), voyager (to travel), etc.
manger en
Je mangeais
Tu mangeais
Il mangeait/elle mangeait
Nous mangions
Vous mangiez
Ils mangeaient/elles mangeaient
Quand j’avais 20 ans, je nageais très vite. When I was 20 years old, I used to swim very quickly.

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