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

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mordre (verb) – to bite

Tips to remember the French word:
– The word “mordre” sounds similar to “mord”, which means “bite” in English.
– Imagine a situation where someone bites you, and associate it with the French word “mordre.”

The verb “mordre” is used when referring to the action of biting. It can be used for both humans and animals.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Croquer: to bite, to crunch
– Pincer: to bite, to pinch
– MΓ’cher: to bite, to chew

– Present tense: (je) mords, (tu) mords, (il/elle) mord, (nous) mordons, (vous) mordez, (ils/elles) mordent
– Imperfect tense: (je) mordais, (tu) mordais, (il/elle) mordait, (nous) mordions, (vous) mordiez, (ils/elles) mordaient
– Future tense: (je) mordrai, (tu) mordras, (il/elle) mordra, (nous) mordrons, (vous) mordrez, (ils/elles) mordront
– Conditional tense: (je) mordrais, (tu) mordrais, (il/elle) mordrait, (nous) mordrions, (vous) mordriez, (ils/elles) mordraient
– Past participle: mordu

Examples of sentences:
1. Mon chien aime mordre ses jouets.
(My dog likes to bite his toys.)

2. Attention Γ  ce serpent, il peut mordre !
(Watch out for that snake, it can bite!)

3. Le bΓ©bΓ© a mordu sa sΕ“ur parce qu’elle lui a pris son jouet.
(The baby bit his sister because she took his toy.)

4. Je me suis fait mordre par un chien en me promenant dans le parc.
(I got bitten by a dog while walking in the park.)

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