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Vocabulary Lists Vocabulary for the 25 Most Commonly Used Verbs of Any Language

Vocabulary for the 25 Most Commonly Used Verbs of Any Language

Les 25 verbes les plus utilisés.
25 Words 22 Comments
go
aller (v)
go
aller au magasin
go to the store
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eat
manger (v)
eat
manger à une table
eat at a table
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use
utiliser (v)
use
Le programmeur a utilisé l'ordinateur.
The programmer used the computer.
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see
regarder (v)
see
Les touristes ont regardé le coucher du soleil.
The tourists saw the sunset.
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work
travailler (v)
work
travailler le samedi
work on Saturday
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come
venir (v)
come
La fille est venue vers la caméra.
The girl came towards the video camera.
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need
avoir besoin de
need
J'ai besoin de savoir pourquoi.
I need to know why.
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say
dire (v)
say
Les gens ont dit "Bonjour."
The people said "Hello."
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speak
parler (v)
speak
L'intervenante parle à la conférence.
The speaker speaks at the conference.
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drink
boire (v)
drink
La femme boit de l'eau
The woman drinks water.
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give
donner (v)
give
Le père a donné de la monnaie à son fils.
The father gave coins to his son.
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know
connaître (v)
know
Il faut que je sache où vous m'emmenez/tu m'emmènes
I have to know where you are taking me.
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leave
partir (v)
leave
partir d'une entreprise
leave a company
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ask
poser (v)
ask
L'étudiant universitaire pose une question au professeur.
The university student is asking the professor a question.
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sleep
dormir (v)
sleep
Le bébé dort sur la couverture.
The baby sleeps on the blanket.
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understand
comprendre (v)
understand
Les élèves de l'école primaire comprenaient le problème.
The elementary school students understood the problem.
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run
courir (v)
run
La femme a couru sur la piste.
The woman ran on the track.
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think
chercher (v)
think
la femme cherchait la réponse
The woman thought about the answer.
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take
prendre (v)
take
prendre le livre
take the book
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start
commencer (v)
start
commencer une course
start a race
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become
transfomer (v)
become
se transformer en papillon
become a butterfly
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wait
attendre (v)
wait
attendre un train
wait for a train
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exist
exister (v)
exist
call
appeller (v)
call
play
jouer (v)
play
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Frenchpod101.com
Friday at 6:51 am
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Bonjour Mnahaki et merci pour votre message.


Vous allez bien ?


Bonne soirée !

Marie Alice

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Mnahaki Yusuph
Wednesday at 7:36 pm
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Bonjour!

Etre (to be)

FrenchPod101.com
Wednesday at 9:08 pm
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Bonjour Peter, Jeff, Patricia, Nancy, Julie et Mary.


Merci pour vos messages !

You are totally right, "chercher" means "to look for". "Penser" means "to think".


We will correct it ASAP!


Bonne journée et à bientôt !

Marie Alice

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Peter McConnell
Wednesday at 5:16 am
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very useful words and phrases

Jeff
Monday at 6:06 pm
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Surely, 'regarder' is better translated as 'to look at' rather than 'to see'. Tourists do not see a sunset; they look at the sunset.

Patricia Macmaster
Monday at 6:06 pm
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What is the difference between chercher and penser? Like Mary I thought chercher was to seek/look for. Also like

christof transformer and devenir, I had transformer as change into and devenir as to become.

Nancy
Monday at 5:34 pm
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Tres utile, merci

Julie Smith
Monday at 5:09 pm
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Excellent

Mary gibson
Monday at 6:25 am
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Je pense qu’il y a un erreur—“chercher” veut dire “look for” en place de “think.” Le verbe “penser” veut dire “think.”

Roberto Andrés Rafael Gutiérrez Suárez
Monday at 5:48 am
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❤️️ Ces verbes sont toujours très utilisés.😄