is a french first group verb. So it follow the regular conjugation pattern of the first group like: aimer
Follow this link to see all the endings of the conjugation of the first group verbs : conjugation rules and endings for the first group verbs
Venter 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.
Le verbe « venter »
is an impersonal verb. In linguistics, an impersonal verb is one that has no determinate subject. For example, in the sentence "It rains", rain is an impersonal verb and the pronoun it does not refer to anything. In many languages the verb takes a third person singular inflection and often appears with an expletive subject. In the active voice, impersonal verbs can be used to express operation of nature, mental distress, and acts with no reference to the do-er. Impersonal verbs are also called weather verbs because they frequently appear in the context of weather description. Common french impersonal verbs: pleuvoir
=> « il pleut »
=> « il grêle »
=> « il faut »
=> « il s'agit »
=> « il advient »