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

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To remember the French word “se quereller”:
– Break it down into syllables: “se” and “quereller.”
– Associate the word “se” with the reflexive pronoun “oneself” and “quereller” with “quarrel.”
– Create mental images that link the word to its meaning, such as imagining two people arguing.

“Se quereller” means “to fight/quarrel” in English. Other words that have a similar meaning in French include “se battre” (to fight), “se disputer” (to argue), “se chamailler” (to bicker), and “se bagarrer” (to brawl).

As “se quereller” is a reflexive verb, it requires a reflexive pronoun before conjugation. Here are the conjugations in different tenses:

– Present tense: je me querelle, tu te querelles, il/elle se querelle, nous nous querellons, vous vous querellez, ils/elles se querellent.
Example: Les enfants se querellent souvent pour des jouets. (The children often quarrel over toys.)

– Imperfect tense: je me querellais, tu te querellais, il/elle se querellait, nous nous querellions, vous vous querelliez, ils/elles se querellaient.
Example: Quand nous Γ©tions jeunes, nous nous querellions beaucoup. (When we were young, we used to quarrel a lot.)

– Future tense: je me querellerai, tu te querelleras, il/elle se querellera, nous nous querellerons, vous vous querellerez, ils/elles se querelleront.
Example: Si tu continues Γ  me provoquer, je me querellerai avec toi. (If you keep provoking me, I will quarrel with you.)

Now you have the information to remember and use the word “se quereller” effectively. Practice with various sentences to fully grasp its usage.

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