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  • All About the Regular French Verb Laisser (Leave)
    Laisser ("to leave, to lose") is a regular -er verb that shares conjugation patterns in all tenses and moods with every other regular French verb ending in -er , by far the largest group of French verbs Laisser is commonly used as a semi-auxiliary verb as well as a pronominal verb
  • 5 Different Ways to Say To Leave in French
    French Verb "Laisser" Laisser means "to leave something" in the sense of not taking it with for oneself This word is also a transitive verb, so similar to with quitter , you must have a direct object to complete its use
  • French for leave is the verb ‘laisser’ – Practise your . . .
    The Four Compound Tenses of the French for verb laisser - the verb ‘to leave’ in French Past Participle of laisser is: laissé-leaved The past participle is very important as it forms the various compound tenses, four of which are used in modern French conversation and writing Check out the tenses in the tables below I have leaved; you had leaved
  • French verb laisser: Conjugation and pronunciation
    This verb follows the so-called regular -er verb pattern, the pattern followed by vast majority of verbs of the language, and by practically all new verbs entering the language The regular -er pattern has the following defining features: No characteristic consonant (contrast, for example, with verbs following the finir or dormir patterns, which have a characteristic -ss-and -m-in all forms
  • To Leave, to Exit. . . Quitter, Sortir, Partir, Laisser, S . . .
    8 – Laisser – to Leave Behind With Someone to let (allow) In grammar, Laisser is followed by a direct object, not a complement of place introduced by a preposition… The direct object can be a place however! Laisser takes avoir in passé composé Je laisse ma voiture dans le garage – I am leaving my car in the garage
  • vl1: partir, sortir, quitter, laisser
    Laisser is a regular -er verb that means 'to leave something or someone behind ' Rita: Les gosses laissent leurs jouets partout Rita: The kids leave their toys everywhere
  • French Translation of “leave” | Collins English-French . . .
    French Translation of “leave” | The official Collins English-French Dictionary online Over 100,000 French translations of English words and phrases
  • English Translation of “laisser” | Collins French-English . . .
    Full verb table transitive verb 1 laisser qch quelque part to leave sth somewhere J’ai laissé mon parapluie à la maison
















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