‘Débarrasser’ (to clear) in the present tense in French

‘Débarrasser’ means ‘to clear’ and is a regular -ER verb in French and therefore will be following the usual rules for -er verbs in the present tense. Here are a few examples:

  • Débarrasser la table: to clear the table
  • Débarrasser le grenier: to empty/clear the attic

Débarrasser in the present tense in French

‘Débarrasser’ au présent en français

(‘To clear’ in the present tense in French)

Sons (French audio)English translation
Je débarrasse
I clear
Tu débarrasses
You clear
Il débarrasse
He clears
Elle débarrasse
She clears
On débarrasse
One clears
Nous débarrassons
We clear
Vous débarrassez
You clear
Ils débarrassent
They clear (male or male and female)
Elles débarrassent
They clear (female)


Check out the lesson on the present tense if you want to learn more about the present tense in French.

Elsewhere on the web - Quizlet

Check this Quizlet lesson about “To clear” in the present tense in French.


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