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To obey in French 🇫🇷

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

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Simple Pronunciation

obéir (oh-bay-eer)

6 months ago

obéir info.

Tips to remember the French word “obĂ©ir”:
– Associate the word with its meaning by thinking of “obey” in English.
– Practice pronouncing the word “obĂ©ir” frequently to help remember its sound.

The French verb “obĂ©ir” means “to obey” in English. It is used to express the action of following someone’s instructions or adhering to a command.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Respecter: to respect
– Suivre les ordres: to follow orders
– Se soumettre: to submit

Conjugations of “obĂ©ir” (infinitive form):
– Present tense: j’obĂ©is, tu obĂ©is, il/elle obĂ©it, nous obĂ©issons, vous obĂ©issez, ils/elles obĂ©issent
– Past tense: j’ai obĂ©i, tu as obĂ©i, il/elle a obĂ©i, nous avons obĂ©i, vous avez obĂ©i, ils/elles ont obĂ©i
– Future tense: j’obĂ©irai, tu obĂ©iras, il/elle obĂ©ira, nous obĂ©irons, vous obĂ©irez, ils/elles obĂ©iront
– Imperfect tense: j’obĂ©issais, tu obĂ©issais, il/elle obĂ©issait, nous obĂ©issions, vous obĂ©issiez, ils/elles obĂ©issaient
– Conditional tense: j’obĂ©irais, tu obĂ©irais, il/elle obĂ©irait, nous obĂ©irions, vous obĂ©iriez, ils/elles obĂ©iraient

Examples of sentences:
– Je dois obĂ©ir Ă  mes parents. (I have to obey my parents.)
– Il a obĂ©i aux règles du jeu. (He obeyed the game’s rules.)
– Nous obĂ©irons aux consignes du professeur. (We will obey the teacher’s instructions.)

Note: “ObĂ©ir” is an irregular verb, so its conjugations do not follow a regular pattern. It is important to memorize its conjugations individually.

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