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I need to put these 10 verbs in passe simple then write their corresponding infinitive:
regarder, rester, parler, pouvoir, s'habiller, sourire, se remplir, se montra, avoir, etre
Can anyone help me with this please?

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First of all the forms of the passé simple of regular verbs are found by dropping the ending of the infinitive and adding the following personal endings:
a) for all -er verbs: -ai, -as, -a, -âmes, -âtes, -èremt/
b) for regular -ir and -re verbs: -is, -is, -it, -îmes, -îtes, -irent.

Verbs with irregular stems in the pas�L�Lsimple have the endings: -s, -s, -t, -ˆmes, ˆtes, -rent. The stems generally end in i or u.

regarder, rester, parler are regular, s'habiller, se remplir, (check se montra) are reflexive, but regular. avoir is j'eus, etc., être is je fus, etc. sourire is je souris, etc. pouvoir is je pus. Now, write them out and if e have time, I'll be glad to check them for you.

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