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“Tricky” French Conjugation: The Verb ALLER (To Go) Posted by on Apr 25, 2013

One of the trickiest verbs to conjugate for the new learners of French language is hands-down ALLER (To Go) Unlike other verbs, aller can in some cases transform itself in a seemingly different verb, as in “il va” or “j‘irai.” Obviously, the best way not to make any mistake with this verb is to simply memorize its…

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How to Conjugate the French Verb Vivre Posted by on Nov 13, 2012

“Vivre” (“To Live”) is a must-know French verb. It can be tricky to conjugate, because in some cases it can be confused with the verb voir (to see): “Je vis” (I live) and “je vis” (“I saw”), in which case context becomes your best friend! It is conjugated the same way as revivre (to live something again), survivre…

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“J’ai un Rêve” (I Have a Dream) . . . that We Can Conjugate the Verb Rêver Posted by on Mar 26, 2012

However you wish to say it in French: rêver, rêvasser, songer, fantasmer, etc., it all basically means one thing: “to dream“; whereas expressions like être dans la lune (to be on the moon), être dans les nuages (to be on the clouds), actually mean “to daydream“—as I hear some students around here tend to do in the middle of their French class! Tsk-tsk 🙂 The verb rêver belongs to le…

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