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Same, even in French 🇫🇷

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

French Sentences with the Word “Same, even”

French sentence with “même” English translation for même S

Pour la même raison je veux partir

For the same reason I want to leave

Je ferais la même chose pour toi

I’d do the same for you

Je veux que vous lui disiez, la même chose.

I want you to tell him the same thing.

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Tips to remember the French word ‘même’:
– Associate ‘même’ with the English phrase ‘may I’m’, where ‘may’ sounds like ‘même’ and ‘I’m’ for ‘I am’, as in ‘May I’m the same as you’ to remember ‘même’ means ‘same’.
– Visualize ‘même’ as a meme that you share with someone because it’s something you both have in common – the ‘same’ interests or thoughts.

– ‘Même’ can be used as an adjective, adverb, or pronoun in French, and its meaning can vary slightly depending on its position in a sentence and the context.
– As an adjective, ‘même’ is placed before a noun and means ‘same’. It agrees in number (singular/plural) with the noun it qualifies but does not change for gender.
– As an adverb, ‘même’ can mean ‘even’ and is used for emphasis.
– As a pronoun, ‘même’ refers back to a previously mentioned entity and is often used for emphasis or to talk about ‘self’ (myself, yourself etc.)

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ‘Pareil’ and ‘identique’ are synonyms for ‘même’ when you want to express that two things are the same.

Alternate meanings/colloquial use:
– ‘Même’ in slang can take on the colloquial meaning of ‘exactly’ or ‘right’, often used to affirm what someone else has said.

Examples of sentences using ‘même’:
– Adjective: Nous avons le même professeur pour le français. (We have the same teacher for French.)
– Adverb: Elle vient même s’il pleut. (She’s coming even if it rains.)
– Pronoun: Il l’a fait lui-même. (He did it himself.)
– Emphasis: C’est lui-même qui me l’a dit. (It was he himself who told me.)
– Agreement: Les mêmes causes produisent les mêmes effets. (The same causes produce the same effects.)

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