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I hear in French 🇫🇷

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

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Tips to remember the French word:
– Break down the word “j’entends” to its root “entendre” which means “to hear” in English.
– Associate the sound of “j’entends” with the action of hearing in your mind.
– Practice using the word “entendre” in sentences to reinforce its meaning.

“J’entends” is the first-person singular conjugation of the verb “entendre” in French. It is used to express the action of hearing or understanding something through the sense of hearing.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Ecouter (to listen)
– Percevoir (to perceive)
– Reconnaître (to recognize)

Conjugations of “entendre”:
– Present tense: j’entends (I hear)
– Past tense: j’ai entendu (I heard)
– Imperfect tense: j’entendais (I used to hear)
– Future tense: j’entendrai (I will hear)
– Conditional tense: j’entendrais (I would hear)
– Subjunctive tense: que j’entende (that I hear)

Examples of sentences:
1. J’entends de la musique dans la chambre. (I hear music in the room.)
2. Est-ce que tu m’entends ? (Do you hear me?)
3. Nous avons entendu un bruit étrange cette nuit. (We heard a strange noise last night.)
4. Si j’entendais mieux, je serais musicien. (If I could hear better, I would be a musician.)
5. Il faut que j’entende cette information de sa bouche. (I need to hear this information from his mouth.)

“J’entends” is the first-person singular form of the verb “entendre” and it means “I hear” in English. It is important to practice using the word in sentences to solidify its meaning. Other words with similar meanings include “écouter,” “percevoir,” and “reconnaître.” The conjugations of “entendre” include present, past, imperfect, future, conditional, and subjunctive. Examples of sentences using “j’entends” illustrate its usage in different contexts.

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