Bescherelle punctuates haïr in the passé simple as: je haïs, tu haïs, il haït, etc., whereas you insist on: j'hais, tu hais, il hais, etc. Can they both be correct?
This lesson is on how to conjugate the verb haïr in the present tense.
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Yes, both are correct. Present tense of haïr is: je hais...nous haïssons (with the ï appearing only in the plural), but the passé simple already has the ï in the singular: je haïs.
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