Les verbes de l’amour đź’—

Love verbs

Je termine la sĂ©rie sur l’amour par une infographie sur les verbes.

I end the collection of infographics about love with one about verbs.

  • aimer = love, like
  • je t’aime = I love you
  • s’embrasser = to kiss (each other)
  • tomber amoureux/amoureuse = to fall in love
  • ĂŞtre amoureux/amoureuse = to be in love
  • se quitter = to leave one another, to separate
  • se sĂ©parer = to split up, to separate
  • divorcer = to divorce

Tous ces verbes sont des verbes du premier groupe (sauf le verbe “ĂŞtre“) et se conjuguent donc comme le verbe “parler“.

All these verbs are “first conjugation” verbs (except the verb “ĂŞtre“) and have therefore the same conjugation as the verb “parler“.

Attention, pour le verbe “divorcer”, il faut ajouter une cĂ©dille sur le C de “nous divorçons”.

Be careful, for the verb “divorcer”, you have to add a cedilla under the C in “nous divorçons”.

Les verbes “s’embrasser”, “se quitter” et “se sĂ©parer” sont des verbes pronominaux. Si vous avez oubliĂ© comment conjuguer un verbe pronominal, allez voir cet article. Les verbes “s’embrasser”, “se quitter” et “se sĂ©parer” existent aussi en verbes non pronominaux, mais ont une signification lĂ©gèrement diffĂ©rente.

The verbs “s’embrasser”, “se quitter” and “se sĂ©parer” are reflexive verbs. If you have forgotten how to conjugate a reflexive verb, have a look at this article. The verbs “s’embrasser”, “se quitter” and “se sĂ©parer” also exist as non reflexive verbs, but have a slightly different meaning.

  • embrasser = to kiss
  • quitter = to leave
  • sĂ©parer = to separate, divide
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