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To consider in French 🇫🇷


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

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Tips to remember the French word “envisager”:
– “Envisager” comes from the verb “visage” which means “face”. Imagine someone looking at their face in the mirror while considering something.
– Break down the word into syllables: en-vis-a-ger. Repeat the word multiple times to help memorize it.

Explanations:
“Envisager” is a regular -er verb in French, which means it follows a standard conjugation pattern. It is used to express the action of considering or contemplating something.

Other words that mean the same thing include “penser Ă ” (to think about), “rĂ©flĂ©chir Ă ” (to reflect on), “contempler” (to contemplate), and “dĂ©libĂ©rer” (to deliberate).

Conjugations:
– Present tense:
– Je envisage (I consider)
– Tu envisages (You consider – informal)
– Il/elle/on envisage (He/she/one considers)
– Nous envisageons (We consider)
– Vous envisagez (You consider – formal/plural)
– Ils/elles envisagent (They consider)

– Past tense (passĂ© composĂ©):
– J’ai envisagĂ© (I considered)
– Tu as envisagĂ© (You considered – informal)
– Il/elle/on a envisagĂ© (He/she/one considered)
– Nous avons envisagĂ© (We considered)
– Vous avez envisagĂ© (You considered – formal/plural)
– Ils/elles ont envisagĂ© (They considered)

– Future tense:
– Je envisagerai (I will consider)
– Tu envisageras (You will consider – informal)
– Il/elle/on envisagera (He/she/one will consider)
– Nous envisagerons (We will consider)
– Vous envisagerez (You will consider – formal/plural)
– Ils/elles envisageront (They will consider)

Examples:
1. Je suis en train d’envisager une nouvelle opportunitĂ© professionnelle. (I am considering a new professional opportunity.)
2. Est-ce que tu envisages de partir en vacances cet été ? (Are you considering going on vacation this summer?)
3. Il envisage d’acheter une nouvelle voiture l’annĂ©e prochaine. (He is considering buying a new car next year.)
4. Nous envisageons de déménager dans une plus grande maison. (We are considering moving to a bigger house.)
5. Les étudiants envisagent de créer un club de lecture. (The students are considering creating a book club.)
6. Est-ce que vous envisagez de changer de carrière ? (Are you (plural/formal) considering changing careers?)
7. Ils envisagent de se marier l’annĂ©e prochaine. (They are considering getting married next year.)

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