Kwiziq community member
4 April 2016
Not really a question, just pointing out something.
The -ETER and -ELER labels are before the wrong verbs.
-ETER: agneler - celer - receler - ciseler - démanteler - écarteler - encasteler - geler (and derivatives: dégeler, congeler, surgeler) - marteler - modeler - peler
- ELER: acheter (and derivatives: racheter)- bégueter - corseter - crocheter - fileter - fureter - haleter
This question relates to:French lesson "Conjugate -eter and -eler verbs in Le Présent - main rule (ll / tt)"
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5 April 2016
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