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s’agir de – to be about – How and What

S’agir De – To Be About – How And What

s’agir de – to be about – How and What

Let’s see S’AGIR DE how works and what it means. S’AGIR DE has many translations. Here are the most common ones

  1. to be, to be about
  2. to be talking about
  3. to be in question
  4. to be a question of
  5. to have to make sure
  6. to be necessary
  7. must, to have to
  8. concerning, to be a matter of
  9. to come to
  10. to be important

S’AGIR DE is a defective verb – It doesn’t have all the forms of a regular verb, it’s only conjugated with the neutral IL (no JE, TU, ELLE, ON, NOUS, VOUS, ILS, ELLES). Its structure is a bit different in French. It often involves a DANS.

About DE

DE becomes

DU when preceding a masculine noun – du café

DE LA when preceding a feminine noun – de la menthe

DE L’ when preceding a noun starting with a vowel – de l’eau

DES when preceding a plural noun – des thés

Translate from one language to the other.

  1. Il s’agissait de finir la déco à temps.
  2. Je comprendrais s’il s’était agi d’un peu d’argent, mais là, c’est une somme énorme.
  3. Il s’agira de ne pas mettre la cousine avec le beauf.
  4. Dans ce roman, il s’agit d’un petit prince qui voyage d’astéroïde en astéroïde.
  5. S’agit-il du garçon ou de la fille dans votre histoire ?
  6. Il s’agissait de ne pas faire de bruit.
  7. Il s’agira de prendre la bonne route demain.
  8. Le problème dont il s’agit est trop gros pour que je puisse le gérer.
  9. S’agirait-il de son diplôme?
  10. En fait, il s’agissait bien du livre.
  11. Il s’agira de manger rapidement.
  12. Il s’agit de prendre un taxi si nous voulons ne pas rater l’avion.
  13. S’agissant du temps, on doit voir si l’orage va éclater.
  14. Il s’agissait de s’inscrire au yoga.
  15. Ne s’agissant pas de temps, vous pouvez rester plusieurs jours.

ENGLISH

  1. It was a question of finishing decorating.
  2. I would understand if it had been about a little bit of money, but here, it’s a huge amount of money.
  3. We’ll have to make sure we don’t put the cousin next to the brother-in-law.
  4. In this novel, a little prince goes from one asteroid to another one.
  5. Is it about the boy or about the girl in your story?
  6. We was necessary to not make any noise.
  7. We’ll have to (make sure we) take the right way tomorrow.
  8. The problem in questions is too big for me to deal with.
  9. Would it be about his degree?
  10. Actually, it was really a question of the book.
  11. It will be about eating quickly.
  12. We must take a taxi if we (nous) want to not miss the plane.
  13. Concerning the weather, we (on) must see if the storm is going to burst.
  14. We had to register to the yoga class.
  15. Because it’s not a question of time, you (vous) can stay several days.

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