The of essayer is essayant. This is as simple as adding -ant to the verb stem. Not only does it work as a verb, it can also become an adjective, gerund, or noun when needed.
All this leaves you with many words to memorize. The good news is that there are many opportunities to practice it and use essayer as you "try" things throughout your day.
The stem of essayer is essay-. To this, a variety of infinitive endings is added that conform with as well as the tense of the sentence. For instance, "I try" is "j'essaie" or "j'essaye." Similarly, there are two options for "we will try": "nous essaierons" or "nous essayerons."
Typically with verbs that end in -yer, the 'Y' has to change to an 'I' in certain forms. The rules are a little more casual with essayer as you'll see in the table. When there are two forms of the conjugation, you can use either.
To use this, you'll also need to conjugate the . For example, "I tried" is "j'ai essayé" and "we tried" is "nous avons essayé."
The French verb essayer means "to try." It's a simple word that can easily be confused with , so be sure to look and listen for that 'A' in essayer.
In order to place essayer into the past, present, or future tense, . Just follow along in this lesson and you'll be saying "tried" and "trying" in French before you know it.
To use essayer in commands or direct requests, turn to . When using this, the subject pronoun is not required: use "essaie" instead of "tu essaie."
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