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

French Sentences with the Word “He is”

French sentence with “il est” English translation for il est S

il est important que vous vous entraĂźniez

It’s important that you guys practice

il est impossible qu’il gagne

It’s impossible that he wins

il est huit heures du matin

It’s 8 in the morning

il est nécessaire que vous nettoyiez votre chambre.

It’s necessary that you clean your room.

il est important que vous appreniez les conjugaisons.

It is important that you learn the conjugations.

il est urgent que vous achetiez du riz.

It is urgent that they buy rice.

il est important que vous rencontriez mes parents.

It is important that you meet my parents.

il est trĂšs important que david approuve.

It is very important that David approves.

il est impossible, que nous arrivions Ă  l’heure.

It is impossible that we arrive on time.

il est important que vous preniez de bonnes photos.

It is important that you take good photos of them.

il est nĂ©cessaire de prendre soin d’elle.

It’s necessary that you take care of her

il est important que vous le changiez pour elle.

It is important to change it for her.

il est impossible, que Maria soit arrivée avant.

It is impossible that MarĂ­a would have arrived before.

il est probable que nous aurions apprécié.

We probably would have enjoyed.

il est important qu’il puisse participer.

It is important that he can participate.

il est impossible qu’elle se souvienne d’autant d’informations.

It is impossible for her to remember so much information.

il est possible que l’entreprise se dĂ©veloppe.

It’s possible that the company grows.

il est bon que vous vous soyiez lavĂ© aujourd’hui.

It’s good that you washed yourself today.

il est étrange que les enfants ne soient pas arrivés.

It is weird that the children have not arrived.

il est nĂ©cessaire qu’il ait apportĂ© les documents.

It is necessary that he has brought the documents.

il est injuste que les rÚgles aient changé.

It’s unfair that the rules have changed.

il est curieux qu’ils aient acceptĂ©.

It is curious that they have accepted.

il est important que vous visitiez votre frĂšre.

It is important that you have visited your brother.

il est possible que le patron ait perdu son intĂ©rĂȘt.

The boss may have lost interest.

il est possible que nous n’ayons pas Ă©tĂ© prĂ©parĂ©s.

We may not have been prepared.

il est bon que vous ayez pris des vacances.

It’s good that you took a vacation.

il est possible que vous devriez les payer.

You may have to pay them.

il est probable que je les ai, pour les aider.

I will probably have to help them.

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Tips to remember “il est”:
1. Associate “il” with “he” by recognizing the “i” in “il” and the “e” in “he” are both vowels.
2. Remember “est” sounds like “is” in English if you say it quickly, and the “t” is silent.
3. Think of “est” as the word “east” without pronouncing the final “t”; this can help you remember the pronunciation.

– “Il est” is a phrase in French that means “he is.”
– “Il” is the masculine subject pronoun for “he.”
– “Est” is the third person singular form of the verb “ĂȘtre” which means “to be.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Elle est” is “she is” for feminine subjects.
– “C’est” can mean “it is” or “this is/that is” depending on the context.

Conjugations of “ĂȘtre” (to be):
– Present: je suis (I am), tu es (you are), il/elle/on est (he/she/it is), nous sommes (we are), vous ĂȘtes (you are, formal or plural), ils/elles sont (they are).
– Past (imperfect): j’Ă©tais, tu Ă©tais, il/elle/on Ă©tait, nous Ă©tions, vous Ă©tiez, ils/elles Ă©taient.
– Past (passĂ© composĂ©, one of many ways to express the past tense): j’ai Ă©tĂ©, tu as Ă©tĂ©, il/elle/on a Ă©tĂ©, nous avons Ă©tĂ©, vous avez Ă©tĂ©, ils/elles ont Ă©tĂ©.
– Future: je serai, tu seras, il/elle/on sera, nous serons, vous serez, ils/elles seront.

Examples of sentences using “il est”:
– “Il est Ă©tudiant.” (He is a student.)
– “Il est tard.” (It is late.)
– “Il est important de bien manger.” (It is important to eat well.)
– “Il est possible qu’il pleuve.” (It is possible that it will rain.)

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