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Les Verbes -RE
Vendre Entendre Descendre Comprendre Connaître Reconnaître Rendre visite à + personne Prendre Répondre à Perdre Attendre
Vendre To sell
Entendre To hear
Descendre To descend To go down To get off (bus)
Comprendre To understand
Connaître To meet To know someone To be familiar with
Reconnaître To recognize
Rendre visite à + personne To visit someone
Prendre To take une photo = to take a picture prendre un cours = to take a class
Répondre à To answer To respond
Perdre To lose
Attendre To wait for Are you suffering from “Cable-vision”?
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