CONJUGAISON DU VERBE “PRENDRE” (Conjugation of the verb “To Take”)

CONJUGAISON DU VERBE “PRENDRE” (Conjugation of the verb “To Take”)

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Added by October 19, 2013

HOW TO CONJUGATE FRENCH VERB “PRENDRE”

Conjugate French verb “To Take” – PRENDRE – 

Learn how to conjugate French verb Prendre in the present tense and practice what you’ve learned using the exercise sheet below.

EXERCISES ON THE VERB PRENDRE

TRANSCRIPT OF THIS FRENCH LESSON: HOW TO CONJUGATE PRENDRE (PRESENT)

Soso: Hi guys! Let’s learn to conjugate the verb to take, PRENDRE in French.

Soso/Jacques 1

Je prends

Tu prends

Il/Elle/On prend

Nous prenons

Vous prenez

Ils/Elles prennent

Jacques 1: And now let’s get more comfortable with the use of this verb. Grab a pen and paper if you wanna write down the expression you like and wanna start using right away.

LILI / SOSO / LOULOUTE

Je prends un chocolat chaud

Je prends un café noir

Je prends une cuite

LILI / SOSO / LOULOUTE

Tu prends la robe

Tu prends l’air

Tu prends une baffe

LILI / SOSO / LOULOUTE

Il prend son chat

Elle prend son beau mec

On prend nos cliques et nos claques

LILI / SOSO / LOULOUTE

Nous prenons une soupe

Nous prenons du sucre

Nous prenons cher

LILI / SOSO / LOULOUTE

Vous prenez la vie du bon cote

Vous me prenez en flagrant délit

Vous prenez de la graine

LILI / SOSO / LOULOUTE

Les filles prennent des vacances

Les hommes prennent la tangente

Elles prennent leur pied

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