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Practice AVOIR is TO BE

 Practice AVOIR is TO BE

J’ai soif. On va prendre un pot aux Deux Magots ?

Practice AVOIR is TO BE

You have probably learned that AVOIR means to have. Well, rethink your French: here is an exercise with French expressions with AVOIR – to have, where the English translation is TO BE. Go over the worksheet here – or here as a premium member.

To check out your knowledge, translate these ten sentences in the other language.

  1. Je suis grognon car j’ai chaud, j’ai faim et j’ai soif.
  2. Ils ont froid l’hiver.
  3. Vous n’avez pas honte ?
    1. Est-ce que vous n’avez pas honte ?
    2. N’avez-vous pas honte ?
  4. Elle a raison ou elle a tort ?
    1. Est-ce qu’elle a raison ou (est-ce qu’elle a) tort ?
    2. A-t-elle raison ou (a-t-elle) tort ?
  5. Tu n’as pas peur ?
  6. We drink a lot of water when we’re thirsty.
  7. He is only 4 years old.
  8. They were lucky to find you yesterday.
  9. Aren’t you sleepy?
  10. We won’t be in pain anymore tomorrow.

Réponses – Answers with AUDIO in the premium are here.

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