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She believes in French 🇫🇷

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

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Tips to remember the French word:
– Associate “croit” with “credit” to remind you that she “believes” in something as one might “give credit” to an idea.
– Remember that “il/elle/on croit” is the third-person singular present indicative form of “croire,” which sounds similar to “believe.”

– “Elle croit” is the third-person singular present indicative form of the verb “croire,” which means “to believe” in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Penser (to think) – sometimes used in a similar context when someone is of the opinion or holds a belief.
– Être convaincu(e) (to be convinced) – when someone strongly believes something to be true.

Different conjugations of “croire”:
*Present Indicative:*
– je crois (I believe)
– tu crois (you believe, singular informal)
– il/elle/on croit (he/she/one believes)
– nous croyons (we believe)
– vous croyez (you believe, singular formal or plural)
– ils/elles croient (they believe)

*Past (Perfect/Passé Composé):*
– j’ai cru (I believed)
– tu as cru (you believed)
– il/elle/on a cru (he/she/one believed)
– nous avons cru (we believed)
– vous avez cru (you believed)
– ils/elles ont cru (they believed)

– je croyais (I used to believe)
– tu croyais (you used to believe)
– il/elle/on croyait (he/she/one used to believe)
– nous croyions (we used to believe)
– vous croyiez (you used to believe)
– ils/elles croyaient (they used to believe)

*Future Simple:*
– je croirai (I will believe)
– tu croiras (you will believe)
– il/elle/on croira (he/she/one will believe)
– nous croirons (we will believe)
– vous croirez (you will believe)
– ils/elles croiront (they will believe)

Examples of sentences using “elle croit”:
– Elle croit en ses rêves. (She believes in her dreams.)
– Elle croit avoir raison. (She believes she is right.)
– Elle croit en toi. (She believes in you.)
– Elle ne le croit pas. (She doesn’t believe it.)

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