Since I'm trying to learn French (mostly on my own with the help of some websites) I thought of a good way to practice conjugating verbs - take names that end like an infinitive and "conjugate" them. For example let's take Jennifer and "conjugate" it in the present tense:
(Je) Jennife, (Tu) Jennifes, (Il/Elle/On) Jennife, (Nous) Jennifons, (Vous) Jennifez, (Ils/Elles) Jennifent
Thinking back to when I took Spanish in high school, I'll do the same thing in that language:
(Yo) Jennifo, (Tú) Jennifes, (Él/Ella) Jennife, (Nosotros/as) Jennifemos, (Vosotros/as) Jenniféis, (Ellos/Ellas) Jennifen
What do you get when you "conjugate" your favorites that have a valid infinitive ending in a language you speak or have studied?
Fri, 10/10/2014 - 1:11pm