Five French verbs to know absolutely #4 Prendre
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Prendre has two meanings
Prendre = to take
Prendre = To have when talking about food/meals.
Let’s start with a few expressions :
Je prends mon temps = I’m taking my time
A quelle heure tu prends ton petit déjeuner ? = At what time are you having breaksfast?
Il prend un vent ! = He is getting snubbed!
Elle prend le métro tous les jours = She takes the subway everyday.
Nous prenons l’avion demain = We’re taking the plane tomorrow.
Vous prenez quoi ? = What are you having?
Elles prennent un taxi = They’re taking a cab
Ils prennent le menu = They’re having the prixfixe/combo.
Prendre au présent
Prendre est un verbe irrégulier
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