Regular French -IR Verbs
French Verbs ending in -IR tend to conjugate in a typical pattern similar to the verb finir.
These verbs are known as "regular -IR verbs" or sometimes "verbs of the second group".
(Note that there are certain common verbs ending in -IR that don't conjugate in this pattern, especially -OIR because that is pronounced very differently to -IR, more like "wah" versus "eer". "Voir" for example, doesn't belong to the -ir group.)
Typical verbs that belong to this group are:
|grandir||to grow up|
|grossir||to get fat|
|ralentir||to slow down|