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French Reflexive Verbs List

French Reflexive Verbs List

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Liste de verbes pronominaux

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List of common reflexive verbs

s’amuser to have fun (to amuse oneself)
s’appeler to call oneself or each other
s’arrêter to stop
s’asseoir to sit (oneself) down
s’embrasser to kiss
s’en aller to go away
s’endormir to fall asleep
s’entendre to get along or to hear one another
s’habiller to get dressed/up or to dress someone
s’habituer à to get used to
s’intéresser à to be interested in
s’occuper de to take care of, to mind, to attend to
se brosser to brush oneself or one another
se coucher to go to bed
se couper to cut oneself or one another
se demander to wonder or to ask one another
se dépêcher to rush oneself
se doucher to take a shower
se fâcher contre to get angry at
se laver to wash oneself
se lever to raise oneself = to get/stand up
se maquiller to make up
se marier à (avec) to marry
se méfier de to not trust, to be wary of
se moquer de to make fun of
se parler to talk to oneself or to each other
se passer to pass itself = to happen
se promener to walk oneself = to take a stroll
se quitter to leave
se raser to shave
se regarder to look at oneself or at each other
se rencontrer to meet each other
se reposer to rest
se réveiller to wake up or to wake someone up
se sentir to feel
se souvenir de to remember
se taire to not say, to remain quiet
se tromper to make a mistake
se trouver to be (at a place)
se voir to see one another

Related: Reflexive verbs . Reflexive pronouns . Reflexive vs. non-reflexive verbs list . Practice 1 . Practice 2 .

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French pronunciation – The sound OUR

French pronunciation – The sound OUR

troubadours

Les troubadours chantent l’amour

Prononciation – Le son OUR – French pronunciation – The sound OURHow do you say the sound /OUR/? What are words with OUR in it? How do you pronounce them? Listen to Anne, a native speaker.

[uʁ] /our/

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Les troubadours chantent l’amour,

Des gens d’la cour avec humour.

Troubadours sing of love,
Of Court people humorously.

 

Collection of words

  1. abat-jour
  2. alentour
  3. amour
  4. atours
  5. autour
  6. carrefour
  7. contre-jour

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De-Verbs and their pronouns

De-Verbs and their pronouns

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Il craint DE rater son avion.

De-Verbs and their pronouns – See what French verbs using the preposition DE and what pronouns they are replaced with.

Chaque verbe dans les phrases ci-dessous est un verbe qui prend la préposition DE. Toutefois, le pronom objet correspondant peut être LE ou EN. Voyez pourquoi.

Each verb in the sentences below is a verb that uses the preposition DE. However, the corresponding object pronoun can be either LE or EN. See why.

Replace the highlighted phrase with DE with the pronoun LE, L’ or EN – LE or L’ if it is related to a direct verb or EN if it is related to an indirect verb.

Clue: figure out if the verb is direct or indirect. For this, either you have memorized the verbs, or you can look them up here or here as a Premium member.

Examples:

Il craint de rater son avion.

He fears he’s going to miss his plane.

Il le craint.

Elle est folle de son ordi.

She’s crazy about her computer.

Elle en est folle.

accepter de Elles n’accepteront pas de payer ce prix-là.
se méfier de Ils ne se méfient pas assez des voyous.
arrêter de Nous avons arrêté de faire du yoga.

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Elles n’accepteront pas de payer ce prix-là.They won’t be willing to pay that price. Elles ne l’accepteront pas.
Ils ne se méfient pas assez des voyous.They are not wary enough of thugs. Ils ne s’en méfient pas assez.
Nous avons arrêté de faire du yoga.We stopped doing yoga. Nous l’avons arrêté.

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un tour dans son sac – French expression

AVOIR PLUS D’UN TOUR DANS SON SAC

avoir plus d'un tour dans son sac

What does the French expression ‘AVOIR PLUS D’UN TOUR DANS SON SAC’ mean? How is it used in a sentence? Learn French with Anne’s audio file.

AVOIR PLUS D’UN TOUR DANS SON SAC – to have more than one tour/trick in one’s bag. avoir plus d’un tour dans son sac means ‘to be resourceful, creative’, ‘to have more than one trick up one’s sleeve’.

  • « Il a plus tour d’un son sac et il invente toujours de nouvelles techniques pour que ses films soient intéressants. »
    “He has more than one trick up his sleeve, and he always invents new techniques for his movies to be more interesting.”

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Related: Expressions with TOUR . Bicycle terms . French expressions with the bicycle .

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LA TETE DANS LE GUIDON – French expression

LA TETE DANS LE GUIDON

la tete dans le guidon

What does the French expression ‘ LA TETE DANS LE GUIDON ’ mean? How is it used in a sentence? Listen to Anne’s audio.

LA TETE DANS LE GUIDON – the head in the handlebar. avoir la tête dans le guidon means ‘to be extremely focused’, ‘to be on one track’, ‘to be focused on just one thing’. It’s often used with AVOIR, GARDER…

  • « Il faudra qu’elle ait la tête dans le guidon pendant toute la semaine si on veut garder le dossier. »
    “She’ll have to be really focused this week if we want to keep the account.”

Related: Bicycle terms . When to use the subjunctive mode? .

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The Tour Arrival – French dictation

THE TOUR ARRIVAL

arrivee du tour

The Tour arrival – L’arrivée du tour est grandiose – French dictation with Anne

L’arrivée du Tour de France est grandiose

C’est grandiose, l’étape d’arrivée du Tour de France. Les coureurs partent du Château de Versailles …

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Related : Tour de France terms . Present tense in French . Present participle . Punctuation .

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