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I go in French 🇫🇷

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

French Sentences with the Word “I go”

French sentence with “je vais” English translation for je vais S

je vais bien merci.

I am good, thanks.

je vais Ă  la maison.

I’m going home.

Mon Espagnol est mauvais.

My spanish is bad.

je vais dormir.

I am going to sleep.

Mardi je vais rencontrer ton père.

Tuesday I’m going to meet your father.

je vais vous ramener de l’eau propre car celle-ci est sale.

I will bring you some clean water because that one is dirty. (formal)

Je savais que quelque chose n’Ă©tait pas normal.

I knew that something wasn’t normal.

Je n’avais pas vu ton message.

I haven’t seen your message.

je vais l’utiliser.

I am going to use it

je vais leur offrir un cadeau

I am going to give them a gift

je vais les appeler

I am going to call them

je vais te demander une faveur

I am going to ask you for a favor

je vais t’acheter un tĂ©lĂ©phone

I am going to buy you a phone

je vais te faire du thé noir.

I will make you a black tea.

je vais certainement te rendre visite

For sure, I am going to visit you

je vais m’en aller

I am going to leave

je vais au Mexique demain

I’m going to Mexico tomorrow

je vais voyager en Europe par train

I’m going to travel to Europe by train

je vais t’aimer pour toujours

I am going to love you forever

Ces Ă©changes d’argent sont mauvais

Those money exchanges are bad

je vais dédier une chanson à Lucia.

I will dedicate a song to Lucia.

je vais les chercher.

I am going to look for them.

je vais le préparer pour vous.

I will have it ready for you.

je vais l’acheter pour son anniversaire.

I’m going to buy it for her birthday.

je vais vous l’Ă©crire maintenant.

I’m going to write it for you now.

J’avais besoin que tu prenne soin du bĂ©bĂ©.

I needed you to take care of the baby.

Si je ne vous avais pas rencontré.

If I hadn’t met you.

Est-ce mauvais que nous mangions autant de sucre?

Is it bad that we eat so much sugar?

Je ne savais pas que tu avais une sœur.

I didn’t know you had a sister.

Je vous aiderais Ă  traverser la clĂ´ture jaune si je le pouvais.

I would help you cross the yellow fence if I could.

je vais lui faire une blague.

I’m going to make(tell) her a joke.

je vais les lui donner ce soir.

I’m going to give them to him tonight.

je vais probablement nettoyer la maison seule.

Probably I’m going to clean the house alone.

je vais vous le prouver maintenant.

I am going to prove it to you now.

je vais vous les donner dans l’après-midi.

I will give them to you in the afternoon.

Je ne vais pas te le dire jusqu’Ă  mercredi

I’m not going to tell it to you until Wednesday.

Si j’avais plus de temps, je vous rendrais visite souvent.

If I had more time I would visit you frequently.

Si je l’avais vu, je vous l’aurais dit.

If I had seen it, I would have told you.

Si j’avais su je l’aurais fait plus tĂ´t.

If I had known I would have done it sooner.

je vais vous le rappeler alors.

I will remind you then.

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Tips to remember:
– Associate “je vais” with the English “I go” by remembering the phrase “I GO to VIsit someone,” highlighting the “go” and “vi”, to recall “je vais.”
– Think of “vais” rhyming with the English word “way,” as in “I find my way” to help link the action of going to the French verb.

– “Je vais” is the first-person singular present tense of the verb “aller,” which means “to go.” In French, verbs are conjugated to match the subject.

Other words that mean the same:
– “Je marche” can be used when you mean “I walk.”
– “Je me rends” can mean “I go” in certain contexts, translating to “I make my way” or “I head to.”

– Present: je vais, tu vas, il/elle/on va, nous allons, vous allez, ils/elles vont
– Future Simple: j’irai, tu iras, il/elle/on ira, nous irons, vous irez, ils/elles iront
– Imperfect: j’allais, tu allais, il/elle/on allait, nous allions, vous alliez, ils/elles allaient
– PassĂ© ComposĂ© (past): je suis allĂ©(e), tu es allĂ©(e), il/elle/on est allĂ©(e), nous sommes allĂ©(e)s, vous ĂŞtes allĂ©(e)(s), ils/elles sont allĂ©(e)s
– Conditional: j’irais, tu irais, il/elle/on irait, nous irions, vous iriez, ils/elles iraient

Examples of sentences:
– Present: Je vais Ă  la bibliothèque. (I’m going to the library.)
– Future Simple: J’irai au marchĂ© demain. (I will go to the market tomorrow.)
– Imperfect: J’allais souvent voir mes grands-parents. (I used to go often to see my grandparents.)
– PassĂ© ComposĂ©: Je suis allĂ© au cinĂ©ma hier soir. (I went to the cinema last night.)
– Conditional: J’irais Ă  la plage si j’avais du temps. (I would go to the beach if I had the time.)

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