Les verbes pronominaux


Ça s’appelle des choux.

Reflexive verbs in French – Les verbes pronominaux

You’re stepping into a grammar zone here. We’re studying verb forms such as reflexive, reciprocal or passive. So, please enter only if, just like me, you’re a French grammar nerd ?

Do this quiz and check your reflexive verbs in French.


Quiz – Types of Reflexives

Choisissez la bonne réponse. Pick the right answer.
    Chocolate croissants go (sell) very well in this bakery.
    We’ll talk to them tomorrow.
    Do you always talk to yourself like this?
    We really get along.
    We don’t sell fur here.
    He didn’t sell his soul (himself) for this huge salary.
    They heard it/him the night before last.
    They see one another every week.
    She hears everything we are saying.
    I (can) see myself live in the Vendee region.
    He speaks French well.

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