rentre not conjugated

Robin

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9 December 2018

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rentre not conjugated

I just noticed rentre is the only verb not conjugated in expressions involving chez, in this lesson.  This is not confirmed in the lesson.  Is that  because it translates as to go/return home and is being used in connection with the word for home?  Merci.

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French lesson "Chez = at someone's place (prepositions)"

Robin

Kwiziq community member

9 December 2018

9/12/18

Sorry, I just realized that rentre is conjugated but it just looks like it is not conjugated in the Je and Il/elle/on forms.

Chris

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9 December 2018

9/12/18

Yes, that's correct. Note also that the infinitive is rentrer. So, the missing r at the end is an indication that this must be a conjugated form and can't be the infinitive. 

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