There are around 300 regular French ir verbs.
These verbs belong to the second group of the 8000 verbs.
Let me now explain the ir verb conjugation pattern.
Learn how to conjugate ir verbs with my free audio lesson and interactive exercises.
Similarly to the -er verbs, check the verb form endings.
The infinitive form of the verb ending in -ir, such as choisir indicates that the verb belong to the second group of the regular verbs in French.
If you want to conjugate a regular -ir verb:
is for je, is for tu, it for il/elle, issons for nous, issez for vous, issent for ils/elles.
FINIR TO FINISH
Je finis I finish
Tu finis You finish
Il finit He finishes
Elle finit She finishes
Nous finissons We finish
Vous finissez You finish
Ils finissent They finish
Elles finissent They finish
The pronunciation of the verb is similar with je, tu, il/elle.
choisir, to choose
However, not all verbs ending in -ir share this conjugation pattern. A few are irregular such as partir, dormir, sortir, ouvrir.
réagir (to react), obéir (to obey), grandir (to grow up), établir (to establish), réunir (to reunite), choisir (to choose), réfléchir (to reflect), grossir (to put on weight)