French verbs taking "être"

Only for people with some knowledge of French: in French to take certain tenses, most verbs will be preceded by the auxiliary verb "avoir". For example, to say "I have watched", one would say "J'ai regardé" and to say "He would have watched" one would say "Il aurait regardé". However, a small group of verbs take the verb "être" instead. "Je suis..." or "Je serai..."
-Not including verbs which take "être" by virtue of their containing other "être"-taking verbs, such as "devenir"
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Last updated: March 10, 2016
First submittedMarch 31, 2013
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You are given the common mnemonic device "MRS VANDERTRAMP". Each letter is the first letter of a verb which takes "être". Give the infinitive of each verb. Note that at least one of the verbs has several derivatives will count as part of that verb.
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M
Monter
R
Rester
S
Sortir
V
Venir
A
Aller
N
Naître
D
Descendre
E
Entrer
R
Rentrer
T
Tomber
R
Retourner
A
Arriver
M
Mourir
P
Partir
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Level 35
Mar 31, 2013
There is a typo in Tomber
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Level 56
Apr 1, 2013
So there is. Sorry about that, the edit should be approved in a little while.
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Level 59
May 2, 2014
Missed "arriver", what a bad French am I!