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The imperative; "go", command to ourselves
This is the command form, the imperative, used in French here in the first person plural-a command to ourselves.
The French verb faire is translated into English as to do or to make.
This is the passé composé (perfect tense). It is a compound verb formed with the verb avoir, "to have" and the past participle of dire, "to say."
This is the conditional tense
The French verb faire is used in many idiomatic expressions as in talking about the weather. Il fait beau-It is a beautiful day.
Literally, "I call myself"
This is a reflexive verb. The subject and the object are the same-(I am withdrawing myself).
A usual form for ordering in a restaurant - I'll have....
Passé composé (perfect tense) using être
The conditional form of vouloir, to want
Future tense; irregular form
The present tense in French can also be translated as, "We are giving."
The command form as instructions on a door
The tu form of the pronoun is used with friends, family members, animals, God and those with whom one dances.
Vous is the 2nd person plural, also used in the singular to convey respect
Polite : Vous vous appellez - Common : Tu t'appelle
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