The present tense of the verbs to do and to take in French

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In this new OuiTeach. French lesson, I teach you the verbs to take (prendre) and to do (faire) in French in the present tense. These verbs are special in French because they can take on different meanings depending on the context. First, for each verb, I present their conjugation and then I use them in sentences illustrated with pictures to help you understand better. I leave you some time each time to repeat the sentence and improve your French pronunciation. Finally, at the end of the video, there will be a little quiz to test your knowledge.

My name is Moh, I am a teacher and I am a native French speaker. I hope you will enjoy this new French lesson and that you will quickly make progress!

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Dans cette nouvelle leçon de français OuiTeach., je suis vous apprends les verbes prendre et faire en français au temps du présent. Ces verbes sont particuliers en français car ils peuvent prendre des sens différents selon le contexte. Dans un premier temps pour chaque verbe, je vous présente leur conjugaison puis je les utilise dans des phrases illustrées de photos pour vous aider à mieux comprendre. Je vous laisse un temps à chaque fois pour répéter la phrase et améliorer votre prononciation du français. Enfin, je vous propose en fin de vidéo un Quiz pour tester vos connaissances.

Mon nom est Moh, je suis enseignant et de langue maternelle française. J’espère que vous apprécierez cette nouvelle leçon de français et que vous ferez rapidement des progrès !

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