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Verb

prendre (first person singular present indicative prenc, past participle pres)

  1. take

Conjugation

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French

Pronunciation

Etymology

From [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:fr:Template:lang:la derivations]] prehendere.

Verb

prendre

  1. To take.
    Prends ma main.
    Take my hand.
  2. To eat, to drink.
  3. To get, to buy.
  4. To rob, to deprive.

Conjugation

  • This verb is quite irregular, with the following patterns:
    • In the infinitive, in the singular forms of the present indicative, and in the future and the conditional, it is conjugated like vendre, perdre, etc. (sometimes called the regular -re verbs).
    • In the plural forms of the present indicative and imperative, in the imperfect indicative, in the present subjunctive, and in the present participle, it is conjugated like appeler or jeter, using the stem prenn- before mute <e> and the stem pren- elsewhere.
    • In the past participle, and in the past historic and the imperfect subjunctive, its conjugation resembles that of mettre.

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