French also has regular and irregular verbs, but we usually divide French regular verbs into three main groups to make them easier to learn, depending on whether the infinitive ends in -er, -ir or -re. These are the infinitives of the most important irregular verbs to learn, because they are the most used: Most verbs which end in -oir and -ire are irregular, but they are also very useful. Most irregular verbs change their spelling slightly to make the nous form easier to pronounce. Look at these irregular verbs and try to find patterns which will help you to remember them. To make a reflexive verb negative the ne pas go around the reflexive pronoun and the auxiliary verb: Here are some more reflexive verbs. Fortunately, in regular -er verbs, in most persons it sounds just like the present, so you can't tell whether someone is using it or not.