Hello! In a question the correct answer was "vous répartissez les tâches." and not "répartez" that I wrote because I thought that this word comes from "partir" so they have the same conjugation. My question is: répartir is actually NOT a derivative form of the verb "partir" ? And if there's another word "repartir" (and what is its translation & meaning) without accent aigu that has the same conjugation as "partir". Thanks!
Partir --> to leave or set off
Repartir --> to leave again or set off again
Répartir --> to divide up or split in the sense of partager
Partir and repartir follow the similar conjugation pattern but répartir does not.
Hope this clears things up for you.
Yes, it is covered in a lesson on the conjugation of -tir verbs.
Conjugate partir/sortir and other irregular -TIR verbs in the present tense in French (Le Présent)
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