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Kwiziq community member
29 April 2018
Note about répartir
The note about répartir in this lesson:
Note that the verb répartir is NOT a derivative of partir, but shares its root with the word repartition, and does follow the regular -IR conjugation.
Is a little confusing, because 'partir' is not mentioned anywhere, and there is a very subtle difference with 'repartir' that is also not mentioned. Having some of this context would help!
This question relates to:French lesson "Conjugate regular -ir verbs in Le Présent (present tense)"
Kwiziq language super star
30 April 2018
I understand your confusion ..
The verb 'partir' isn't included because it is an irregular verb and does not conjugate like the regular verbs ending in IR, 'finir', 'choisir' which go
" issons, issez, issent" in the plural forms BUT
je pars, tu pars, il/elle/on part, nous partons , vous partez, ils/elles partent.
Répartir however is a regular verb , and follow the regular verbs ending in IR conjugation rules.
Hopes this helps!
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