SENTIR, RESSENTIR, TO FEEL – Today’s French

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Elle sent bon.

The verbs SENTIR – SE SENTIR – and TO FEEL are often intertwined. To make sure you don’t find yourself in a funny situation when asking « Tu sens bon ? » You smell good. instead of saying. « Tu te sens bien ? » (You feel okay?), I created this workshe et.

  1. sentir …. to sense
  2. sentir …. to feel
  3. sentir …. to smell
  4. ne pas/plus se sentir (de joie) …. to be overjoyed
  5. se sentir (+ adjectif) …. to feel (+ adjective)
  6. se sentir visé/e ….. to feel aimed at/judged

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Short Quiz - SENTIR, RESSENTIR, SE SENTIR

Choose between SENTIR, RESSENTIR, SE SENTIR and so on.
    There’s no class today because the teacher is feeling under the weather.
    I feel comfortable in Saint-Malo.
    They feel so soft.
    He’s annoying. You won’t be able to stand him.
    The rose smells good.
    What is your feeling about it?
    How are you feeling? I feel sick.

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Encore !

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Want to learn more about this topic ?

You’ll find in its complete version when you register to the ‘False Cognate Course‘ and then take the SENTIR and TO FEEL lesson. Also listen to the Mot du Jour.

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