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Better in French 🇫🇷

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

French Sentences with the Word “Better”

French sentence with “mieux” English translation for mieux S

Ne serait-ce pas mieux aller là-bas?

Wouldn’t it be better to go over there?

J `espere que tu te sentiras mieux

I hope that you get better

C’est mieux d’appeler tes parents.

It’s better to call your parents.

J’espère que votre frère ira mieux.

I hope your brother gets better.

J’espère que vous vous sentirez mieux bientôt.

I hope you feel good soon.

Ce serait mieux si nous le visitions plus.

It would be better if we visit him more.

C’est mieux que vous le donniez à la femme.

It’s better that you give it to the woman.

Nous l’aurions fait mieux.

We would have done it better.

J’espère que votre mère se sent mieux.

I hope your mom got better.

C’est mieux qu’on leur rende visite, demain.

It is better if we visit them tomorrow.

Ne pensez-vous pas qu’il le ferait mieux s’il y mettait plus d’efforts?

Don’t you think he would do it better if he tried harder?

Je pense que vous l’auriez fait mieux.

I think you would have done it better.

C’est mieux que vous lui disiez avant le mariage.

It’s better that you tell him before the wedding.

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mieux (myuh)

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