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Chapitre 6
More food and shopping
Les verbes
• Faire
to make, to do
• Vouloir to want
• Pouvoir to be able to (can)
Faire – to make, to do
• Je fais
Nous faisons
• Tu fais
Vous faites
• Il fait
Ils font
• Elle fait
Elles font
• On fait
Note:
1. This is an irregular verb whose spellings must be
memorized.
2. This verb is used in expressions of weather.
3. This verb is used in some idiomatic
expression.(phrases that can not be translated
word for word)
Weather expressions with Faire
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Il fait beau.
Il fait mauvais.
Il fait du vent.
Il fait froid.
Il fait chaud.
Il fait frais.
It’s nice out.
It’s bad weather.
It’s windy.
It’s cold out.
It’s hot out.
It’s cool.
Idiomatic expressions with Faire
• Faire les courses
• Faire le français
(or any language)
• Faire les devoirs
• Faire la cuisine
• Faire un pique-nique
to go shopping
to take French
to do homework
to cook
to have a picnic
Vouloir – to want
• Je veux
Nous voulons
• Tu veux
Vous voulez
• Il veut
Ils veulent
• Elle veut
Elles veulent
• On veut
Note:
1. This is an irregular verb whose spelling must be
memorized.
2. Je voudrais is the polite form of je veux.
Pouvoir – to be able to (can)
• Je peux
Nous pouvons
• Tu peux
Vous pouvez
• Il peut
Ils peuvent
• Elle peut
Elles peuvent
• On peut
Note:
1. This is an irregular verb whose spelling must be
memorized.
2. In English it is often translated as can.
Using pouvoir & vouloir
• These 2 verbs are used when you want to say that
you can or want to do something.
• Because of this, another verb usually follows
pouvoir and vouloir.
• Since you can’t have 2 verbs conjugated next to
each other, the first verb is conjugated and the
second is in the infinitive.
• Ex. Je peux nager.
I can swim.
Je veux nager.
I want to swim.
Negation with pouvoir & vouloir
• As always, the ne….pas format is used.
• Place the ne before the verb and the pas
after the verb.
• With these 2 verbs, the ne…pas goes around
pouvoir and vouloir and not the infinitive
verb.