‘Faire’ (to do) in the present tense in French
‘Faire’ means “to do” and is an irregular verb in French. It’s a verb that you should definitely know off by heart since it is used heavily in so many contexts. It’s also a very useful verb to use when you want to talk about chores in the house. Here are a few handy expressions:
- Faire mon lit – To make my bed
- Faire la lessive – To do the washing
- Faire le ménage – To do the cleaning
- Faire le repassage – To do the ironing
- Faire la vaisselle – To do the washing-up
- Faire les courses – To do the shopping
- Faire du jardinage – To do some gardening
Check this lesson to learn more expressions about helping around the house in the present tense.
Faire in the present tense in French
|‘Faire’ au présent en français (‘To do’ in the present tense in French)||Sons (French audio)||‘To do’ au présent en français (‘Faire’ in the present tense in French)|
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Check out the lesson on the present tense if you want to learn more about the present tense in French.