so is it that celebrer has the changing accent on the second e even though it is not e-er verb but an etwo letters er verb?
I am not sure I understand your question completely but in the case of 'célébrer' , the second -e takes a grave accent to match its pronunciation in the following forms of the present tense -
Hope this helps!
Perhaps the rule for this lesson needs to state that 'in the case of 'célébrer' , the second -e takes a grave accent
I was wondering about this too, but I am guessing the space in the phrase e-er can account for more than one letter?
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