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Sortir most commonly means "to go out" or "to leave" It is essentially the opposite of entrer (to enter). The meaning of sortir changes slightly depending.

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2 Sortir most commonly means "to go out" or "to leave" It is essentially the opposite of entrer (to enter). The meaning of sortir changes slightly depending on what follows it.

3 jesors tusors ilsort noussortons voussortez ilssortent

4 Sortir is irregular in conjugation, and may require either être or avoir in the compound tenses, depending on whether it means "to go out" or "to take out."

5 1a. sortir de - to get out of, leave Tu dois sortir de l'eau You need to get out of the water Sortez de chez moi ! Get out of my house! 1b. sortir de (informal) - to have just done something On sort de manger We just ate Il sortait de finir He had just finished

6 2. sortir en / à - to go out in / on Nous allons sortir en voiture We're going to go out in the car / go for a drive Je veux sortir à bicyclette I want to go out on my bike / go for a bike ride Il est sorti à pied He walked out / left on foot 3. sortir par - to get out by means of Tu ne peux pas sortir par la porte You can't get out through the door L'oiseau est sorti par la fenêtre The bird went out the window

7 5. Sortir + direct object - to take out Tu dois sortir le chien ce soir You need to take the dog out tonight J'ai sorti la voiture du garage I took the car out of the garage

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