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Poor in French 🇫🇷

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

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Tips to remember the French word “pauvres”:
– Visualize a poor person – someone who lacks financial resources – to associate the word with its meaning.
– Break down the word: try to associate “pauvres” with the English word “poor” by focusing on the similarity in the sound and spelling of both words.

“Pauvres” is the plural form of the adjective “pauvre” in French. It is used to describe people or things that are poor or lacking in wealth or resources. As an adjective, it agrees in gender and number with the noun it modifies. For example:
– Des gens pauvres (poor people)
– Des maisons pauvres (poor houses)

Other words that mean the same thing as “pauvres” include:
– Misérables: meaning “miserable” or “wretched.”
– Défavorisés: meaning “disadvantaged” or “underprivileged.”
– Indigents: meaning “indigent” or “needy.”

Some alternate meanings or slang associated with “pauvres” include:
– Figuratively, it can describe something of poor quality or low value.
– In familiar or slang usage, it can mean “pathetic” or “pitiful.”

Examples of sentences using “pauvres”:
1. Les pauvres enfants ont besoin d’aide. (The poor children need help.)
2. Nous devons aider les familles pauvres. (We must help the poor families.)
3. C’est une vieille voiture, elle est un peu pauvre. (It’s an old car, it’s a bit poor.)
4. Ils ont perdu leurs emplois, les pauvres. (They lost their jobs, poor things.)

Note: Keep practicing the vocabulary to improve your French fluency.

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