why is the verb after qui "vient" and "fait"? I don't get that, sorry.
And how would I know to use other verbs the same way?
Just as in English, the verb after the question word 'who ?' is in the third person singular.
Who does/is doing?
Who comes/is coming?
Who takes/is taking ...?
If you are not familiar with the idea of conjugating a verb, take a look at the following page -
French grammar lessons for Verbs Tenses & Conjugation
Hope this helps!
I'm a little unsure what you're asking, but perhaps you're confused that "is coming" is just translated as "vient".
Maybe this lesson will help:
Expressing ongoing actions (English Present Continuous) with the present tense (Le Présent) in French
Qui vient manger? -- Who is coming to eat?Qui fait ça? -- Who does that?
Just as Alan said, the verbs venir and faire are vient and fait in 3rd person singular.
They are just the examples used. You can use other verbs as needed for your questions - as in “qui te rejoint ... and so on
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