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

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Tips to remember the French word ‘débuter’:
– Remember that the word ‘débuter’ starts with the same letters as the English word “debut,” which means to start or begin.
– Associate the sound of the word ‘débuter’ with the concept of beginning something new.

– ‘Débuter’ is a verb that means “to begin” or “to start” in English.
– It is an infinitive verb, which means it is in its base form.
– This word is commonly used in both formal and informal contexts.

Other words that mean the same as ‘débuter’:
– Commencer: to start
– Entamer: to begin

Conjugations of ‘débuter’:
– Present tense:
РJe d̩bute: I begin
РTu d̩butes: You begin
РIl/elle d̩bute: He/she begins
РNous d̩butons: We begin
РVous d̩butez: You begin (plural/formal)
РIls/elles d̩butent: They begin

Example sentences:
1. Je vais débuter mes études universitaires cette année. (I will begin my university studies this year.)
2. Est-ce que tu veux débuter une nouvelle carrière? (Do you want to start a new career?)
3. Elle débute chaque jour en faisant du sport. (She starts every day by exercising.)
4. Nous débutons le projet demain matin. (We will start the project tomorrow morning.)
5. Les étudiants débutent leur examen dans dix minutes. (The students will begin their exam in ten minutes.)

Note: The conjugations provided are in the present tense. ‘Débuter’ can also be conjugated in other tenses, such as past tense (‘débuté’) or future tense (‘débuterai’), depending on the context of the sentence.

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débuter info.

Tips to remember the French word “débuter”:
– Think of “début” which means “beginning” or “start” in English and is also used in English to describe someone’s first performance or the premiere of a show.
– Link it with the English word “debut,” which has the same origins as “débuter” and also means to begin something, particularly in a career or public role.

The verb “débuter” in French means “to start” or “to begin.” It can also mean “to make one’s debut,” which is directly related to the English word “debut.” The verb is often used to talk about starting an activity, a career, or any action.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Commencer (to begin, to start)
– Entamer (to start, to initiate)
– Se mettre à (to start to, to set about)
– Ouvrir (to open, to start in some contexts, like “ouvrir le bal” meaning to “open/start the dance”)

Since “débuter” is an infinitive, let’s look at its conjugations in some different tenses:

Présent (Present):
Рje d̩bute
Рtu d̩butes
Рil/elle/on d̩bute
Рnous d̩butons
Рvous d̩butez
Рils/elles d̩butent

Passé composé (Present perfect):
– j’ai débuté
Рtu as d̩but̩
Рil/elle/on a d̩but̩
Рnous avons d̩but̩
Рvous avez d̩but̩
Рils/elles ont d̩but̩

Imparfait (Imperfect):
Рje d̩butais
Рtu d̩butais
Рil/elle/on d̩butait
Рnous d̩butions
Рvous d̩butiez
Рils/elles d̩butaient

Futur simple (Simple future):
Рje d̩buterai
Рtu d̩buteras
Рil/elle/on d̩butera
Рnous d̩buterons
Рvous d̩buterez
Рils/elles d̩buteront

Examples of sentences using “débuter”:
РJe vais d̩buter un nouveau travail la semaine prochaine. (I am going to start a new job next week.)
– Elle débute en tant qu’actrice dans ce film. (She is making her debut as an actress in this film.)
РNous avions d̩but̩ notre voyage t̫t le matin. (We had started our trip early in the morning.)
РQuand d̩bute le spectacle ? (When does the show start?)
РIls d̩buteront les cours de piano en avril. (They will start piano lessons in April.)

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