I am getting confused between the forms of verbs ending with -nt and -ons like voulons and veulent. Both are used in plural sense (Ills veulent and Nous voulons). So where is the difference?
2020-04-14 I suggest you find a good French dictionary, or at least a conjugation table. However, a little mnemonic that may help is that the pronoun on, which can be used as “we”, is also found in the regular “we” conjugation Nous voulons. That leaves the -ent form, which ends in “T”, for use with the “They” pronouns: ils veulent. Does that help?
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