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* : Exceller is a verb ending -er (1st conjugation). It uses 2 different stems:
    - excell (Stem 1 = Stem 2 = Stem 3 and Stem 5)
    - excelle (Stem 4).
Its endings in the Indicatif présent and Impératif présent are those of type (1) and those in the Indicatif passé simple and Subjonctif imparfait are those of verbs ending -er.

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 Mode of use

Move the cursor (the table of endings) along side the track (the table of stems). The stems will appear next to  the corresponding endings through a window cut out on the cursor. Then, you only need to associate stems and endings to reconstitute the selected verb forms completely .

 Advantages of the 222 French verb table fast track


A better understanding of what a verb is

A verb is made of a stem and an ending. The 222 French verb table fast track shows you this double composition and naturally proposes the table of stems and the table of endings. 

222 verbs at a glance

Get 222 verbs without on both sides of the track. Move the cursor (The table of endings) along the track. Then you will have the equivalent of 222 classical verb tables in all French eleven simple tenses.

All useful verbs and more...

Learn all verbs, regular or irregular, frequent or rarer (see the 222 verb list). Finally discover that only four verbs are truly irregular.

Simplified table and increased memory power

The table spares you from learning almost 100,000 letters while only concentrating on what is necessary and sufficient.

Visual tiredness and concentration efforts reduced to the minimum

By dividing the quantity of text by approximately 9.5 compared with classical verb tables, your visual tiredness and your concentration efforts are reduced to the minimum. Above all, you are finally able to see the smallest difference between all the remaining relevant elements.

A better memory structure thanks to a double organization of the verbs

Find the 1st, 2nd and 3rd conjugation according to the infinitive ending.  Also benefit from an organization in six categories according to the stem variations which enables you to strucutre your memory perfectly.

An intuitive learning

You spontaneously learn many rules, for example, that a verb is made of two key elements (the stem and the ending). Indeed, there is a map-like support adapted to each one of these elements and they are separate. Your peripheral vision allows you, while you concentrate on any such verb, to recognize dozens of others.

Learning-tools that respect your intelligence

At last you can learn how to learn. In the directions for use you will find a detailed study of the formation of verbs, the formation of each tense. You won't have to repeat/recite thousands of forms like a parrot anymore.

A systematic approach

Don't worry : exceptions have been reduced to the minimum thanks to a systematic approach and a precise definition of certain terms. For example, the ending has (here) the particular meaning of smallest ending common to the greatest number of verbs. Thus, "-ons" is the only ending in the present indicative with subject pronoun "nous" except one.

A pronunciation tool-kit and no more hesitation

The new order of subject pronouns (je, tu, il/ elle, ils/elles, nous, vous) has two advantages: First, it helps you regarding the pronunciation: il gagne is pronounced like ils gagnent, il voit like ils voient, etc. Indeed, in French many endings are written but not pronounced. Then, when you use the stem table, you easily learn that some verbs (like voir) change their stem only with subject pronouns nous, vous, so that you can't make any mistakes, such as: ils voyent or ils croyent.

A fast and durable learning

From verb N°1 to verb N°222, you can remember the structure and the organization of the 222 French verb table fast track gradually and easily:  the content and the form have been worked out to make your learning fast and durable.

A true ‘geographical’ verbal map

At last you can have a real ‘geographical’ verbal map. Thanks to it, you will find the shortest way to each destination to be discovered in record time. As you may notice, the paths are perfectly marked out. The territory to be covered is perfectly delimited and its topology is unique. The colours also reveal the specific features to be discovered and all the short cuts to be taken in an obvious way.

Be involved in the environmental protection

Save paper: 24 pages (12 A4 size sheets) spared compared to the classical verb tables in my other book (see at www.conjugaison.fr).

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