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

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Tips to remember the French word “prĂȘcher”:
– It may help to associate the word “prĂȘcher” with the English word “preach” as they are quite similar in both meaning and pronunciation.

– The verb “prĂȘcher” in French means “to preach” in English.
– It is commonly used in a religious context, referring to the act of delivering a sermon or spreading religious teachings and beliefs.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Propager (to propagate)
– ÉvangĂ©liser (to evangelize)
– Sermonner (to sermonize)

– Present tense:
– Je prĂȘche (I preach)
– Tu prĂȘches (you preach)
– Il/elle prĂȘche (he/she preaches)
– Nous prĂȘchons (we preach)
– Vous prĂȘchez (you preach)
– Ils/elles prĂȘchent (they preach)

– Past tense (passĂ© composĂ©):
– J’ai prĂȘchĂ© (I preached)
– Tu as prĂȘchĂ© (you preached)
– Il/elle a prĂȘchĂ© (he/she preached)
– Nous avons prĂȘchĂ© (we preached)
– Vous avez prĂȘchĂ© (you preached)
– Ils/elles ont prĂȘchĂ© (they preached)

– Future tense:
– Je prĂȘcherai (I will preach)
– Tu prĂȘcheras (you will preach)
– Il/elle prĂȘchera (he/she will preach)
– Nous prĂȘcherons (we will preach)
– Vous prĂȘcherez (you will preach)
– Ils/elles prĂȘcheront (they will preach)

Examples of sentences:
1. Le prĂȘtre prĂȘche tous les dimanches Ă  l’Ă©glise. (The priest preaches every Sunday at the church.)
2. Elle aime prĂȘcher la tolĂ©rance et l’amour envers son prochain. (She likes to preach tolerance and love towards her neighbor.)
3. Nous avons prĂȘchĂ© la paix lors de notre discours. (We preached peace during our speech.)

Note: The verb “prĂȘcher” is regular and follows the conjugation pattern of verbs ending in -er in French.

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