AVOIR – Practice conjugating – Today’s French

How To Say Car In French

Exercice – avoir

You get to work on your conjugation of the verb AVOIR.  Translate the sentences from one column to another. From French to English (la version) is easier, from English to French (la thèse) a bit more challenging.

First, listen to the French sentences.

Voici une fiche pour travailler votre conjugaison du verbe AVOIR. Traduisez les phrases d’une colonne à l’autre. Du français vers l’anglais (la version) est plus facile, de l’anglais au français (la thèse) un peu plus difficile.

Écoutez tout d’abord les phrases françaises.

  1. J’ai deux chiens.
  2. On n’avait toujours pas de voiture.
  3. J’ai faim.
  1. I have two dogs.
  2. We (on) still didn’t have a car.
  3. I am hungry (have hunger).
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