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Sit in French ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท

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

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Tips to remember the French word “s’asseoir”:
– Break it down: “s’asseoir” is a reflexive verb in French, which means it requires a reflexive pronoun before the verb. In this case, the pronoun is “se.”
– Remember the pronunciation: pronounce it as “sah-swahr” with a silent ‘s’ at the beginning.
– Visualize the action: imagine someone sitting down on a chair or a bench.

“Se’asseoir” is the French verb used to describe the action of sitting down or taking a seated position. It is a reflexive verb because the subject (the person sitting) is also the object of the action. The verb “s’asseoir” is conjugated as follows:
– Je m’assois (I sit)
– Tu t’assois (You sit)
– Il/Elle s’assoit (He/She sits)
– Nous nous assoyons (We sit)
– Vous vous asseyez (You sit)
– Ils/Elles s’assoient (They sit)

Other words that mean the same thing:
– S’installer: to settle oneself (can also mean “to move in” when talking about a new place)
– Prendre place: to take a seat

Alternate meanings and slang:
“S’asseoir” can also be used in idiomatic expressions or slang:
– “S’asseoir sur” (literally “to sit on”): to ignore, disregard or not take something into account.
– “S’asseoir sur les genoux de quelqu’un” (literally “to sit on someone’s lap”): to be overly dependent on someone or to have a really close relationship with them.

Examples of sentences using “s’asseoir”:
1. Je m’assois sur le banc. (I sit on the bench.)
2. Elle s’est assise ร  cรดtรฉ de moi. (She sat down next to me.)
3. Nous nous assoyons autour de la table. (We sit around the table.)
4. Vous vous asseyez toujours dans ce fauteuil. (You always sit in that armchair.)
5. Ils se sont assis par terre. (They sat down on the floor.)

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