Five French verbs to know absolutely #1 Passer
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Passer est un verbe facile avec beaucoup de sens différents. Passer est aussi un verbe régulier.
Passer is an easy verb to conjugate with different meanings. Passer is a regular verb, meaning that the endings of the verb follow a regular and predictable pattern.
Let’s start with common expressions and use.
Je passe chez toi ce soir = I’m stopping by your house tonight
Tu me passes tes notes ? = Can you hand me out your notes ?
Il passe un mauvais moment = He is having a hard time
Elle passe ses vacances en Italie = She is spending her vacations in Italie.
Nous passons par le jardin = We go through the garden.
Vous passez le week end à la plage ? = You’re spending your weekend at the beach ?
Ils passent devant l’immeuble = The’re passing by the building.
Qu’est ce qui se passe ? Il se passe quoi ? = What’s going on ? What’s happening!
#Passer at present tense
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