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To succeed in French 🇫🇷

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

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To remember the French word “succĂ©der,” you can try the following tips:
– Associate the French word with a similar-sounding English word, which in this case is “succeed.”
– Create a mnemonic device or a mental image related to success that incorporates the French word.
– Practice using the word in different contexts to reinforce your memory.

“SuccĂ©der” in French means “to succeed” in English. It refers to achieving a desired outcome or achieving a position or status following someone or something else. It can be used in various contexts, such as succeeding in a goal, inheriting a position, or taking over from someone.

Other words with similar meanings:
– Accomplir: to accomplish, to achieve
– RĂ©ussir: to succeed
– Obtenir: to obtain, to get

Conjugations in different tenses:
– Present tense: je succède, tu succèdes, il/elle succède, nous succĂ©dons, vous succĂ©dez, ils/elles succèdent
– Imperfect tense: je succĂ©dais, tu succĂ©dais, il/elle succĂ©dait, nous succĂ©dions, vous succĂ©diez, ils/elles succĂ©daient
– Future tense: je succĂ©derai, tu succĂ©deras, il/elle succĂ©dera, nous succĂ©derons, vous succĂ©derez, ils/elles succĂ©deront
– Conditional tense: je succĂ©derais, tu succĂ©derais, il/elle succĂ©derait, nous succĂ©derions, vous succĂ©deriez, ils/elles succĂ©deraient

Examples of sentences:
1. Il a rĂ©ussi Ă  succĂ©der Ă  son père en tant que directeur de l’entreprise. (He succeeded in taking over from his father as the company’s director.)
2. La nouvelle génération de leaders va succéder aux anciens. (The new generation of leaders will succeed the old ones.)
3. J’ai travaillĂ© dur pour succĂ©der dans mes Ă©tudes. (I have worked hard to succeed in my studies.)

Note: Remember to practice and review the different conjugations of the verb “succĂ©der” to become comfortable using it in various contexts.

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