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

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Tips to remember the French word “j’ai mis”:
– Break down the phrase: “j’ai” means “I have” and “mis” means “put.”
– Practice the pronunciation of “j’ai mis” to reinforce memory.
– Associate the word with an image or action to create a mental connection.

– “J’ai mis” is the past tense of the verb “mettre” which means “to put” in English.
– It is formed by conjugating the verb “avoir” (to have) in the present tense, followed by the past participle “mis” of the verb “mettre.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Placer (to place)
– Poser (to set or place)
– DΓ©poser (to deposit or put down)

Conjugations of “mettre”:
– Present tense: je mets, tu mets, il/elle/on met, nous mettons, vous mettez, ils/elles mettent
– Imperfect tense: je mettais, tu mettais, il/elle/on mettait, nous mettions, vous mettiez, ils/elles mettaient
– Future tense: je mettrai, tu mettras, il/elle/on mettra, nous mettrons, vous mettrez, ils/elles mettront
– Conditional tense: je mettrais, tu mettrais, il/elle/on mettrait, nous mettrions, vous mettriez, ils/elles mettraient

Examples of sentences using “j’ai mis”:
1. J’ai mis les clΓ©s sur la table. (I put the keys on the table.)
2. Hier, j’ai mis ma veste favorite. (Yesterday, I put on my favorite jacket.)
3. Elle a mis beaucoup d’efforts dans son travail. (She put a lot of effort into her work.)
4. Nous avons mis du temps Γ  trouver le bon chemin. (We took time to find the right path.)
5. Vous avez mis le livre Γ  sa place. (You put the book back in its place.)
6. Ils ont mis leur projet en pause. (They put their project on hold.)

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