amener emmener apporter emporter

amener emmener apporter emporter

to bring and to take


Je t’amène un café ?

I know, I know, this is really difficult to remember. However, don’t sweat it. French people tend to use them interchangeably in many case. amener is a favorite. Yet, if you are as picky as I am, you’ll want to know how it works. Here it is.

to bring

to take








To practice in a sentence, hide either one of the two languages, and translate into the other language. French to English is easier than English to French.

Easier: translate into English

1.J’emmène/amène Henri chez toi et on pourra travailler.

2.Il apportera/amènera son déjeuner à la réunion.

Or, more challenging: translate into French

 1.I’m taking Henri to your place and we’ll be able to work.

2.He’ll bring his lunch to the meeting.

Continue in the Premium worksheet with more rules and practice.

Related: About CHEZ . Vidéo “J’t’emmène au vent .

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