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Is the verb s'appeler and appeler different? Is it correct to conjugate appeler as:
J'appelle
tu appelles
il appelle
nous appelons
vous appelez
ils appellent

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    You can use Verbix (it's a website) for the conjugation of verbs in any language.

    Sorry I can't give you a clickable link because it's not allowed, but just add the ending to verbix.

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    S'appeler and appeler are indeed different...S'appeler means to be called (I am called, you are called, etc.) and appeler is to call ( I call, you call, etc) I can't remember off the top of my head, but those conjugations look correct to me. Remember though, with s'appeler, you need the reflexive part in there too (me, te, se, nous, vous, se)

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    Qu'est qu'il y a dans la boutique?

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    Salut, Miche! D'accord!

    appeler = to call, name
    j'appelle
    tu appelles
    il/elle/on appelle
    nous appelons
    vous appelez
    ils/elles appellent

    s'appeler = to be named, to be called
    je m'appelle
    tu t'appelle
    il/elle/on s'appelle
    nous nous appelons
    vous vous appelez
    ils/elles appellent

    Here's the Verbix link:

    http://www.verbix.com/languages/french.shtml

    Mme

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    Thanks everybody.

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