There are 3 groups of verbs in French. In the first one, there are regular verbs ending in -er.
Tu peux manger une pomme.
You can eat an apple.
Rule 1: To conjugate in the present, one must replace -er with one of the following endings: -e, -es, -e, -ons, -ez, -ent.
Here's an example with the verb jouer (to play):
|Je joue||Nous jouons|
|Tu joues||Vous jouez|
|Il, elle, on joue||Ils, elles jouent|
Rule 2: When speaking, we can't hear any difference between the different forms except with the endings in -ons and -ez.
Now, let's revise what you've learned.