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

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Tips to remember the French word ‘apparaĆ®tre’:
– Break down the word into syllables: ap-pa-raĆ®-tre.
– The sound ‘Ć¢’ is pronounced like ‘ah’ in English.
– The letter ‘ĆŖ’ is pronounced like a long ‘e’ in English.
– ‘apparaĆ®tre’ is a regular verb, so it follows the regular conjugation pattern.

The verb ‘apparaĆ®tre’ in French means “to appear” in English. It is derived from the Latin word ‘apparere’, meaning “to be visible” or “to appear.” In French, this word is commonly used to describe the action of unexpectedly appearing or becoming visible.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Se montrer (to show oneself)
– Surgir (to emerge)
– Se prĆ©senter (to present oneself)

Present tense:
– Je parais
– Tu parais
– Il/elle/on paraĆ®t
– Nous paraissons
– Vous paraissez
– Ils/elles paraissent

Past tense (passƩ composƩ):
– J’ai paru
– Tu as paru
– Il/elle/on a paru
– Nous avons paru
– Vous avez paru
– Ils/elles ont paru

Future tense:
– Je paraĆ®trai
– Tu paraĆ®tras
– Il/elle/on paraĆ®tra
– Nous paraĆ®trons
– Vous paraĆ®trez
– Ils/elles paraĆ®tront

Example sentences:
1. Soudain, une Ʃtoile brillante apparaƮt dans le ciel nocturne. (Suddenly, a bright star appears in the night sky.)
2. Lorsqu’il a ouvert le rideau, le magicien a fait apparaĆ®tre un lapin blanc. (When he opened the curtain, the magician made a white rabbit appear.)
3. Le soleil apparaĆ®t chaque matin Ć  l’horizon. (The sun appears on the horizon every morning.)
4. Les Ć©toiles n’apparaissent que la nuit. (The stars only appear at night.)
5. Dans le brouillard, les objets semblent disparaƮtre et apparaƮtre de nulle part. (In the fog, objects seem to disappear and appear out of nowhere.)

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