When I taught you the personal pronouns in French, I take the example of the verb faire (to do) conjugated in the present. When I taught you how to use the future, you learned the conjugation of the verb aller (to go) in the present.
Like in English, there are several tenses for each verb: the present, the future, the past etc… I don’t think I’m going to list all verbs in all the tenses on this blog. We will probably see together several verbs, used in several tenses, but it’s difficult to enumerate all the possibilities of verbs and tenses.
One of the reason is that there are some tenses that are useless in the oral form of French, so you can avoid to learn them in the first time.
If you have a doubt on some verb, you can use: vatefaireconjuger.com. Actually, I think the name of this service is a kind of joke, because the expression “va the faire” is the beginning of an insult in French. Don’t use this expression!
The website is very easy to use. You enter a verb, a list of most used verbs is available below, and you click on “Conjuguer”. The verb is then conjugated in all tenses. As the interface is in French, you know that this website can also be used by French people when the have some doubt on a verb.
Unfortunately, there is not the pronunciation for the results. If you are interested, I can tell you what is the pronunciation with Skype or in an audio file.
What verb you would like to learn and to know how to pronounce it ?
Tell me in a comment below so that I can help you.