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

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Tips to remember the French word ‘devenir’:
– Think of the English word “to become” and associate it with the French word ‘devenir’.
– Visualize yourself transforming into something different to reinforce the concept of “becoming”.
– Practice using the word in different sentences to solidify its meaning in your memory.

‘Devenir’ is a verb in French that means “to become”. It expresses the transition or transformation from one state or condition to another.

Other words that mean the same thing as ‘devenir’ include “se transformer en” (to transform into) and “se changer en” (to change into).

– Present tense: Je deviens, tu deviens, il/elle devient, nous devenons, vous devenez, ils/elles deviennent.
– Imperfect tense: Je devenais, tu devenais, il/elle devenait, nous devenions, vous deveniez, ils/elles devenaient.
– Future tense: Je deviendrai, tu deviendras, il/elle deviendra, nous deviendrons, vous deviendrez, ils/elles deviendront.
– Conditional tense: Je deviendrais, tu deviendrais, il/elle deviendrait, nous deviendrions, vous deviendriez, ils/elles deviendraient.
– Subjunctive tense: Que je devienne, que tu deviennes, qu’il/elle devienne, que nous devenions, que vous deveniez, qu’ils/elles deviennent.
– Imperative tense: Deviens, devenons, devenez.

1. Je deviens de plus en plus confiant dans mon travail. (I am becoming more and more confident in my work.)
2. Elle veut devenir mΓ©decin pour aider les gens. (She wants to become a doctor to help people.)
3. Nous devenons de meilleurs amis chaque jour. (We are becoming better friends every day.)

Note: ‘Devenir’ is an irregular verb in French, which means it does not follow the regular conjugation patterns of regular verbs ending in -ir.

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