is a french first group verb. So it follow the regular conjugation pattern of the first group like: aimer
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Cocher is conjugated the same way that verbs that end in : -er
First group verbs always end with -er
as their infinitive. Endings of first group verbs are regular.
Note : Although endings are perfectly regular, spelling changes occur in the stems of verbs in -cer
, verb envoyer
and similar verbs.
Cocher is conjugated to the passive voice. Passive voice is a grammatical voice common in many languages. In a clause with passive voice, the grammatical subject expresses the theme or patient of the main verb – that is, the person or thing that undergoes the action or has its state changed. This contrasts with active voice, in which the subject has the agent role. For example, in the passive sentence "The tree was pulled down", the subject (the tree) denotes the patient rather than the agent of the action. In contrast, the sentences "Someone pulled down the tree" and "The tree is down" are active sentences.
Exemple in french:
- active voice: « Le chat mange la souris »
- passive voice: « La souris est mangée par le chat »
Cocher verb is conjugated in female form and in passive voice. Be careful, the past participle must agree with the subject.
Cocher verb is conjugated in negative form. The placement of the negative adverb follow the following rules:
- the adverb « ne »
is placed after the pronoun and before the verb.
- in simple tenses, the adverbs (« ne ...pas »
, « ne...plus »
, « ne...jamais »
, etc...) surround the verb cocher
- in compound tenses or in passive voice, the negative adverbs surround the auxiliary.