An investment in your education, at least for French, would be the paper-back book 501 French Verbs. There is a smaller one 200+ French Verbs. Each page is devoted to one verb in all the tenses, containing other verbs that follow that pattern.
Since you don't say, I assume you want the Present Indicative:
s'appeler = je m'appelle, tu t'appelles, il/elle/on s'appelle, nous nous appelons, vous vous appelez, ils/elles appellent.
NOTE: The nous and vous forms have one "l" like the infinitive, because they are "sounded endings" but the others have "double ll" because of the silent endings, and more stress on the stem.
avoir = j'ai, tu as, il/elle/on a, nous avons, vous avez, ils/elles ont
NOTE: Don't confuse this verb with être as many students do!
adorer (regular -er verb, following the pattern of the usual model verb "parler."
j'adore, tu adores, il/elle/on adore, nous adorons, vous adorez, ils/elles adorent
vouloir = je veux, tu veux, il/elle/on veut, nous voulons, vous voulez, ils/elles veulent.
NOTE: spelling of "nous" & "vous" like the infinitive (this is common) and the others are not.