CONJUGAISON DU VERBE “AVOIR” (Conjugation of the verb “To have”)

CONJUGAISON DU VERBE “AVOIR” (Conjugation of the verb “To have”)

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HOW TO CONJUGATE “AVOIR”

CONJUGAISON DU VERBE “AVOIR” (TO HAVE)

Watch this video on the French verb ‘Avoir’ and practice what you’ve learned using the exercise sheet below.

EXERCISES ON THE VERB AVOIR (Pdf)

In this French lesson video, learn how to conjugate French verb AVOIR in the present tense in the affirmative and negative forms. Then listen to the fun French conversation Soso and Lili have using that verb.

TRANSCRIPT OF THIS FRENCH LESSON VIDEO ON AVOIR

AVOIR (TO HAVE) IN THE PRESENT TENSE

J’AI 

TU AS

IL/ELLE/ON A

NOUS AVONS

VOUS AVEZ

ILS/ELLES ONT

CONJUGATE “AVOIR” IN THE PRESENT TENSE, IN THE NEGATIVE FORM

JE N’AI PAS

TU N’AS PAS

IL/ELLE/ON N’A PAS

NOUS N’AVONS PAS

VOUS N’AVEZ PAS

ILS/ELLES N’ONT PAS

FRENCH DIALOG INCLUDING THE VERB “AVOIR” IN THE PRESENT TENSE

Lili: J’ai hâte Soso!

Soso: Tu as hâte de quoi?

Lili: Ah…

Soso: Lili a un secret!

Lili: Il a les yeux verts.

Soso: Oh là là, nous avons un indice…

Lili: Vous avez une idée?

Soso: Alors Lili! Ils ont envie de savoir. On a envie de savoir.

Lili: Ok. J’ai un petit chat. Il a les yeux verts.

Soso: Ah d’accord. C’est un chat. Tant pis pour toi!

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