Thanks to this video and this article, you will learn how to conjugate the verb avoir (to have) in the present tense in French. To learn the conjugation of the verb to have in the present tense in French according to the personal pronouns subjects (je, tu, il, elle, nous, vous, ils, elles = I, you, he, she, we, you, they), when the teacher says “J’ai”, say “J’ai”, when the teacher says “Tu as”, say “Tu as”, when the teacher says “Il a”, says “Il a”, etc., until to “Elles ont”. Thus, you will be able to understand well orally (listening) and to well pronounce (speaking) the conjugation of the verb avoir (to have) in the present tense in French. To do well, watch the video several times, repeating after the teacher. To write and read well this conjugation, copy the list below several times:
J’ai = I have
Tu as = You have
Il a / Elle a / On a = He has / She has / It has
Nous avons = We have
Vous avez = You have
Ils ont / Elles ont = They have
We strongly recommend that you memorize the conjugation of the verb avoir (to have) in the present tense in French, both orally and in writing.
As the conjugation of the verb avoir (to have) varies according to the personal pronoun subject, we recommend that you consult the article on personal pronouns subjects in French
. In addition to the written explanations, this article presents an explanatory video on the personal pronouns subject in French.
Once you have correctly mastered this conjugation lesson for the verb to have in the present tense in French, you can move on to the next French conjugation lesson:
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