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The French verb faire means _______ or __________ First conjugate Infinitive - ________________ Je Nous Tu Vous Il/elle Ils/elles Faire with the meaning.

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1 The French verb faire means _______ or __________ First conjugate Infinitive - ________________ Je Nous Tu Vous Il/elle Ils/elles Faire with the meaning of “to make” I make a sandwich ____________________________________ You-s make an offer (offre-f) ____________________________ He makes a suggestion ________________________________ She makes an effort ___________________________________ Faire with the meaning of “to do” We do the homework __________________________________ You-pl do the work (travail-m) ___________________________ They-m do the dishes (la vaiselle) ________________________ They-f do the housework (ménage-m) _____________________ DO NOT GET MIXED UP WITH HELPING VERBS Helping verbs are usually used TOGETHER with main verbs. They "help" the main verb which has the real meaning. When DO (does) “helps” the real verb it conveys emphasis in the present tense. I do want you to succeed. He does really study hard. You do look handsome. The French verb faire means _______ or __________ First conjugate Infinitive - ________________ Je Nous Tu Vous Il/elle Ils/elles Faire with the meaning of “to make” I make a sandwich ____________________________________ You-s make an offer (offre-f) ____________________________ He makes a suggestion ________________________________ She makes an effort ___________________________________ Faire with the meaning of “to do” We do the homework __________________________________ You-pl do the work (travail-m) ___________________________ They-m do the dishes (la vaiselle) ________________________ They-f do the housework (ménage-m) _____________________ DO NOT GET MIXED UP WITH HELPING VERBS Helping verbs are usually used TOGETHER with main verbs. They "help" the main verb which has the real meaning. When DO (does) “helps” the real verb it conveys emphasis in the present tense. I do want you to succeed. He does really study hard. You do look handsome. THE DO/DOES ARE HELPING VERBS AND ARE NOT TRANSLATED USING FAIRE. to do The French verb faire means _______ or __________ First conjugate Infinitive - ________________ Je Nous Tu Vous Il/elle Ils/elles Faire with the meaning of “to make” I make a sandwich ____________________________________ You-s make an offer (offre-f) ____________________________ He makes a suggestion ________________________________ She makes an effort ___________________________________ Faire with the meaning of “to do” We do the homework __________________________________ You-pl do the work (travail-m) ___________________________ They-m do the dishes (la vaiselle) ________________________ They-f do the housework (ménage-m) _____________________ DO NOT GET MIXED UP WITH HELPING VERBS Helping verbs are usually used TOGETHER with main verbs. They "help" the main verb which has the real meaning. When DO (does) “helps” the real verb it conveys emphasis in the present tense. I do want you to succeed. He does really study hard. You do look handsome. to doto make fais fait faisons faites font Je fais un sandwich. Tu fais une offre. Il fait une suggestion. Elle fait un effort. Nous faisons les devoirs. Vous faites le travail. Ils font la vaiselle. Elles font le ménage. to make faire

2 Often the translation does not necessarily have “to do” or “to make” in English. Faire is one of the most common French verbs because it is used in many, many expressions. Often the translation does not necessarily have “to do” or “to make” in English. Faire un match (p110) Faire une promenade Faire un voyage Faire attention I play a game of volleyball. You go for a walk. He takes a trip to Nice. We pay attention. Ready to differentiate between to do, to make and the helping verb? We make a salad. We do sing well. Y’all make three pizzas. Y’all do dance on Saturdays. They-f do the homework. They do like the book. I do work on weekends. I do the dishes on weekends. She does swim in winter. She does the annoying housework. Often the translation does not necessarily have “to do” or “to make” in English. Faire is one of the most common French verbs because it is used in many, many expressions. Often the translation does not necessarily have “to do” or “to make” in English. Faire un match (p110) Faire une promenade Faire un voyage Faire attention I play a game of volleyball. You go for a walk. He takes a trip to Nice. We pay attention. Ready to differentiate between to do, to make and the helping verb? We make a salad. We do sing well. Y’all make three pizzas. Y’all do dance on Saturdays. They-f do the homework. They do like the book. I do work on weekends. I do the dishes on weekends. She does swim in winter. She does the annoying housework. Je fais un match de volleyball. Tu fais une promenade. Il fait un voyage à Nice. Nous faisons attention. Nous faisons une salade. Nous chantons bien. Vous faites trois pizzas. Vous dancez le samedi. Elles font les devoirs. Ils aiment le livre. Je travaille le weekend. Je fais la vaiselle le weekend. Elle nage en hiver. Elle fait le ménage pénible.


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