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To pray in French 🇫🇷

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

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prier info.

– Tips to remember:
– Think of the English word “prayer” and associate it with “prier.”
– Visualize someone on their knees, praying, which can help you remember the meaning of the word.
– Explanation:
– “Prier” means “to pray” or “to beg” in English.
– Other words that mean the same thing:
– Supplier: to supplicate/beg
– Solliciter: to solicit/beg
– Implorer: to implore/beg
– Supplier: to beseech/beg
– Mendier: to beg
– Adresser une prière à: to direct a prayer to
– Conjugations:
– Present: je prie, tu pries, il/elle prie, nous prions, vous priez, ils/elles prient
– Past participle: prié
– Imperfect: je priais, tu priais, il/elle priait, nous priions, vous priiez, ils/elles priaient
– Future: je prierai, tu prieras, il/elle priera, nous prierons, vous prierez, ils/elles prieront
– Examples:
1. Je prie chaque soir avant de me coucher. (I pray every evening before going to bed.)
2. Nous prions pour la paix dans le monde. (We pray for peace in the world.)
3. Les villageois ont prié le roi de les aider. (The villagers begged the king to help them.)
4. Elle prie pour que son mari se rétablisse rapidement. (She prays for her husband to recover quickly.)
5. Ils ont prié le ciel de leur accorder une faveur. (They prayed to heaven to grant them a favor.)

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prier info.

Tips to remember the French word “prier”:
– Associate the word “prier” with the English word “pray” in terms of meaning.
– Visualize someone praying as a mnemonic device.
– Practice using the word “prier” in context to reinforce your memory.

“Prier” is a verb in French that means “to pray” in English. It is derived from the Latin word “precari” which has the same meaning.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Supplier”: to supplicate
– “Invoquer”: to invoke

Conjugations of “prier”:
– Present tense:
– Je prie: I pray
– Tu pries: You pray (informal)
– Il/Elle prie: He/She prays
– Nous prions: We pray
– Vous priez: You pray (formal/plural)
– Ils/Elles prient: They pray
– Past tense:
– J’ai prié: I prayed
– Tu as prié: You prayed (informal)
– Il/Elle a prié: He/She prayed
– Nous avons prié: We prayed
– Vous avez prié: You prayed (formal/plural)
– Ils/Elles ont prié: They prayed
– Future tense:
– Je prierai: I will pray
– Tu prieras: You will pray (informal)
– Il/Elle priera: He/She will pray
– Nous prierons: We will pray
– Vous prierez: You will pray (formal/plural)
– Ils/Elles prieront: They will pray

Examples of sentences using “prier”:
1. Je prie tous les soirs avant de dormir. (I pray every night before sleeping.)
2. Mon grand-père a prié pour ma guérison. (My grandfather prayed for my healing.)
3. Est-ce que tu pries dans cette église ? (Do you pray in this church?)
4. Après avoir prié, nous nous sentons apaisés. (After praying, we feel calm.)
5. Les religieuses prieront pour la paix dans le monde. (The nuns will pray for peace in the world.)

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