Verbs ending in -eler similar to appeler follow the general rule prescribing to double the consonnant l -> ll before a silent "e" : il appelle.
However, spelling reform of 1990 allows the variation silent e -> è except for appeler and rappeler.
A small number of verbs ending in -eler do not double the consonnant and follow the pattern of peler (alteration silent e -> è in some forms : il cisèle, il cisèlera, il cisèlerait).
20 verbs follow this model. Below an extract:
To see other models, refer to Model Table
Based on the ending, you can identify features that different verbs have in common. Click on the verbs above to see their conjugation tables and explore their conjugation patterns.