Prendre Conjugation: How To Conjugate “To Take” In French

Prendre (Pronunciation pʀɑ̃dʀ) means “to take” in French. The conjugation of prendre in the present tense is je prends (I take), tu prends (you take), il/elle prend (he/she takes), nous prenons (we take), vous prenez (you take) and ils/elles prennent (they take).

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French S: When And How To Pronounce This Sneaky Letter

Like many French letters, the French S can have different pronunciations or no pronunciation at all depending on the context. Luckily, there are a few simple ways to remember how and when to pronounce the French S.

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Touché: Meaning & Definition In English & French

Both French and English speakers use touché, but they don’t always have the same meaning. Learn the uses and translations of this versatile word correctly in both languages.

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Devoir Conjugation: How To Conjugate Must, Have To In French

In French, the verb devoir translates to must, have to and need to. The conjugation of devoir in the present tense is: je dois (I must), tu dois (you must), il/elle doit (he/she must), nous devons (we must) vous devez (you must, formal and plural) and ils/elles doivent (they most). This post provide conjugation charts of devoir in five major tenses.

Devoir (must, to have to) conjugated in the present tense
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Parler Conjugation: How To Conjugate “To Speak” In French

Conjugation charts for parler (to speak, talk) in French

The French verb parler means “to speak” and “to talk”. The conjugation of parler in the present tense is: je parle (I speak), tu parles (you speak), il/elle parle (he/she speaks), nous parlons (we speak), vous parlez (you speak, formal and plural) and ils/elles parlent (they speak.

Parler conjugation in the present tense.
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Venir Conjugation: How To Conjugate To Come In French

How to conjugate venir (to come) in French

Venir (to come in French) conjugated in the present tense:

je viens I come
tu viens you come
il/elle vient he/she comes
nous venons we come
vous venez you come
ils, elles viennent they come
Je suis venu(e) I came

Venir means “to come” and is one of the most commonly used verbs in the French language. The conjugation of venir in the present tense is: je viens (I come), tu viens (you come), il/elle vient (he, she comes), nous venons (we come), vous venez (you come, plural and formal) and ils/elles viennent (they come).

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