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they arrived ils sont arrivés
How to say “they arrived” in French? “Ils sont arrivĂ©s”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ils sont arrivĂ©s” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on they arrived in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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**Tips to remember:**
– To remember “arrivĂ©s,” associate it with “arrival” in English; both words share the same Latin root “adripare.”
– “Ils sont” sounds similar to “they are,” which is exactly what it means in English. So, you can link “ils sont” with “they are” as a mnemonic.

– “Ils sont arrivĂ©s” is a sentence in the passĂ© composĂ©, a French compound past tense.
– “Ils” means “they,” referring to a group of males or a mixed-gender group. For a group of females, you would say “elles.”
– “Sont” is the third person plural of the verb “ĂȘtre” (to be) in the present tense.
– “ArrivĂ©s” is the past participle of the verb “arriver” (to arrive).

**Other words with similar meanings:**
– “Ils ont rejoint” (They have joined)
– “Ils sont venus” (They came)
– “Ils sont entrĂ©s” (They entered)

– Infinitive: arriver
– Present: j’arrive, tu arrives, il/elle/on arrive, nous arrivons, vous arrivez, ils/elles arrivent
– Imperfect: j’arrivais, tu arrivais, il/elle/on arrivait, nous arrivions, vous arriviez, ils/elles arrivaient
– Future: j’arriverai, tu arriveras, il/elle/on arrivera, nous arriverons, vous arriverez, ils/elles arriveront
– PassĂ© composĂ© (the tense used here): je suis arrivĂ©(e), tu es arrivĂ©(e), il est arrivĂ©, elle est arrivĂ©e, nous sommes arrivĂ©(e)s, vous ĂȘtes arrivĂ©(e)(s), ils sont arrivĂ©s, elles sont arrivĂ©es

**Examples of sentences using “arriver”:**
– Hier, il est arrivĂ© en ******. (Yesterday, he arrived late.)
– Nous sommes arrivĂ©s Ă  l’aĂ©roport Ă  dix heures. (We arrived at the airport at ten o’clock.)
– Ils arriveront demain matin. (They will arrive tomorrow morning.)
– Quand elle Ă©tait jeune, elle arrivait toujours la premiĂšre. (When she was young, she always arrived first.)

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