Appeler Conjugation - Conjugate Appeler in French


Appeler Conjugation

Appeler is a French reflexive verb meaning to call, to be called. Appeler appears on the 100 Most Used French Verbs Poster as the #1 most used reflexive verb.

My name is in French

Appeler is most often used to say "my name is" in French. In this case it is used in the first person, reflexively. For example: "Je m'appele Jacques." Literally: "I call myself Jacques."

Appeler Conjugation: Present Tense

je m' appelle
tu t' appelles
il/elle s' appelle
nous nous appelons
vous vous appelez
ils/elles s' appellent

*Irregular forms in bold.

Appeler Passé Composé

The passé composé of Appeler is formed by combining the auxiliary verb s'être with the past participle appelé.

Appeler Participe Présent

The participe présent of Appeler is appelant .

Regular vs. Irregular Verbs

A verb is called a regular verb when its conjugation follows a typical pattern. A verb which does not follow these patterns exactly is called an irregular verb. In French, the 3 regular patterns are for verbs ending in er, re, and ir.

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