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apparently apparemment
How to say “apparently” in French? “Apparemment”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “apparemment” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on apparently in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the French word “apparemment”:
– Break down the word into smaller parts: “appare-” and “-ment.”
– The root word “appare-” comes from “apparaître” which means “to appear” in English.
– The suffix “-ment” is commonly used to form adverbs in French.
– You can think of “apparemment” as something that appears or seems to be true.

– “Apparemment” is an adverb used to indicate that something appears or seems to be true, but it may not necessarily be the case.
– It is often used to express an assumption, inference, or subjective impression about a situation.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Visiblement: visibly
– Manifestement: evidently
– Sembler: to seem
– Paraître: to appear

Alternate meanings and slang:
– In spoken French, “apparemment” can sometimes be used as a filler word, similar to “apparently” in English. For example, “Je suis allé au cinéma, apparemment.”

Examples of sentences using “apparemment”:
1. Il est apparemment très talentueux, mais je ne l’ai jamais vu jouer. (He seems to be very talented, but I have never seen him perform.)
2. Apparemment, il ne veut pas venir à la fête ce soir. (Apparently, he does not want to come to the party tonight.)
3. Apparemment, il va pleuvoir demain. (It seems like it is going to rain tomorrow.)

Please note that “apparemment” is not synonymous with “apparent,” which translates to “évident” in French.

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