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faire gaffe – Mot du Jour

Faire Gaffe – Mot Du Jour

faire gaffe – Mot du jour

to watch out – French expression

What does ” faire gaffe ” mean? How do you say ‘ watch out ’ in French? How is it pronounced? How is it used in a French sentence? Listen to Anne, a French native say it at

faire gaffe – to do clumsiness – In everyday French, faire gaffe means to watch out. The verb FAIRE has to be conjugated and it’s often used as a command, in the imperative mode, as a warning.

  • « C’est Gigi qui gare la bagnole dans le garage. Fais gaffe ! »
    • “It’s Gigi who’s parking the car in the garage. Watch out !”



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