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I sell in French 🇫🇷

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

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Tips to remember the French word “je vends”:
– Remember that “je vends” sounds similar to the English word “vends” which means to sell.
– Visualize yourself selling something while saying “je vends” to reinforce the meaning in your mind.

“Je vends” is the first person singular form of the verb “vendre” in French. It means “I sell” in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Je commercialise (I market)
– Je négocie (I negotiate)
– Je cède (I transfer)
– Je dis***** (I dis*****)

Conjugations of “vendre”:
– Present tense: je vends (I sell), tu vends (you sell), il/elle vend (he/she sells), nous vendons (we sell), vous vendez (you sell), ils/elles vendent (they sell)
– Imperfect tense: je vendais (I used to sell), tu vendais (you used to sell), il/elle vendait (he/she used to sell), nous vendions (we used to sell), vous vendiez (you used to sell), ils/elles vendaient (they used to sell)
– Future tense: je vendrai (I will sell), tu vendras (you will sell), il/elle vendra (he/she will sell), nous vendrons (we will sell), vous vendrez (you will sell), ils/elles vendront (they will sell)
– Conditional tense: je vendrais (I would sell), tu vendrais (you would sell), il/elle vendrait (he/she would sell), nous vendrions (we would sell), vous vendriez (you would sell), ils/elles vendraient (they would sell)

Examples of sentences using “je vends”:
1. Je vends des livres d’occasion. (I sell used books.)
2. Tu viens d’où ? Je vends des bijoux faits à la main. (Where are you from? I sell handmade jewelry.)
3. Il est médecin, mais il vend également des produits pharmaceutiques. (He is a doctor, but he also sells pharmaceutical products.)
4. Nous vendons nos produits en ligne. (We sell our products online.)
5. Est-ce que vous vendez des vêtements pour enfants ? (Do you sell children’s clothes?)
6. Ils vendent des fruits et des légumes frais au marché. (They sell fresh fruits and vegetables at the market.)

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