Conjugation is the trickiest part of French language — along with the silent “e,” knowing when a word is masculine or feminine, pronouncing “serrurerie”…
Anyway, when you find out that some verbs have only one person in their conjugation (the third person singular), they must be pretty simple to use, right? Wrong.
Let’s see why.
Et toi ?
Have you ever confused these verbs?
What was the occasion?
Do you know any other impersonal French verbs ?
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