The present tense : verbs to be and to have in French

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In this new free French lesson for beginners, you will learn the present tense of the verbs être (to be) and avoir (to have) in French. I will first introduce you to these verbs. Repeat them several times to improve your French pronunciation. Then, I will use these verbs in sentences so that you can also learn vocabulary. Finally, at the end of the video, there will be a small quiz that will allow you to test your knowledge of this French lesson. We hope you will enjoy this lesson and that you will quickly make progress in French.

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Dans cette nouvelle leçon gratuite en français pour débutants, vous allez apprendre le présent des verbes être et avoir en français. Je vais d’abord vous présenter ces verbes. Répétez les plusieurs fois afin d’améliorer votre prononciation du français. Ensuite, j’utiliserai ces verbes dans des phrases comme cela vous pourrez apprendre aussi du vocabulaire. Enfin, en fin de vidéo, il y aura un petit Quiz qui vous permettra de tester vos connaissances sur cette leçon en français. Nous espérons que vous aimerez cette leçon et que vous ferez rapidement des progrès en français.

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