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to wake up se réveiller
How to say “to wake up” in French? “Se rĂ©veiller”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “se rĂ©veiller” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to wake up in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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se réveiller info.

To remember the French word “se rĂ©veiller,” you can associate it with the English word “awaken.”

Explanation: “Se rĂ©veiller” is a reflexive verb in French, which means the action is performed on the subject itself. In this case, it translates to “to wake up.”

Other words with similar meanings include “se lever” (to get up) and “s’Ă©veiller” (to awaken).

– Present tense: je me rĂ©veille (I wake up), tu te rĂ©veilles (you wake up), il/elle se rĂ©veille (he/she wakes up), nous nous rĂ©veillons (we wake up), vous vous rĂ©veillez (you wake up), ils/elles se rĂ©veillent (they wake up)
– Past tense: je me suis rĂ©veillĂ©(e) (I woke up), tu t’es rĂ©veillĂ©(e) (you woke up), il/elle s’est rĂ©veillĂ©(e) (he/she woke up), nous nous sommes rĂ©veillĂ©(e)s (we woke up), vous vous ĂȘtes rĂ©veillĂ©(e)(s) (you woke up), ils/elles se sont rĂ©veillĂ©(e)s (they woke up)
– Future tense: je me rĂ©veillerai (I will wake up), tu te rĂ©veilleras (you will wake up), il/elle se rĂ©veillera (he/she will wake up), nous nous rĂ©veillerons (we will wake up), vous vous rĂ©veillerez (you will wake up), ils/elles se rĂ©veilleront (they will wake up)

1. Je me réveille tÎt tous les jours. (I wake up early every day.)
2. Est-ce que tu te réveilles facilement le matin ? (Do you wake up easily in the morning?)
3. Elle s’est rĂ©veillĂ©e tard et a failli rater son train. (She woke up late and almost missed her train.)
4. Nous nous réveillerons demain avec le soleil. (We will wake up tomorrow with the sun.)
5. Vous vous ĂȘtes rĂ©veillĂ©s en ****** pour la rĂ©union. (You woke up late for the meeting.)
6. Ils se réveillent toujours de bonne humeur. (They always wake up in a good mood.)

Note: “Se rĂ©veiller” can also be used figuratively to express becoming aware or realizing something.

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se réveiller info.

**Tips to remember the French word “se rĂ©veiller”:**
– Associate “rĂ©veiller” with “reveil,” which is a French word for alarm clock—as an alarm clock wakes you up.
– Break it down: “re-” can mean again or back, and “veiller” comes from “to watch” or “to stay awake,” so together they mean to become awake again.
– Think of the English phrase “to revive oneself,” which has a similar root and can be associated with waking up or coming back to alertness.

“Se rĂ©veiller” is a pronominal verb in French, meaning it is used with a reflexive pronoun. “Se” before “rĂ©veiller” indicates that the action is performed on oneself—you’re waking up yourself. It is an infinitive, which serves as the base form of the verb. To use it in sentences, it needs to be conjugated to reflect the subject, tense, and mood.

**Other words that mean the same thing:**
– “S’Ă©veiller” is another French verb that can also mean to wake up.
– “Se lever” means to get up, which implies waking up and then getting out of bed.

**Conjugations of “se rĂ©veiller”:**

Present tense:
– Je me rĂ©veille (I wake up)
– Tu te rĂ©veilles (you wake up – informal singular)
– Il/Elle/On se rĂ©veille (he/she/we wakes up)
– Nous nous rĂ©veillons (we wake up)
– Vous vous rĂ©veillez (you wake up – formal singular/plural or plural)
– Ils/Elles se rĂ©veillent (they wake up)

Past tense (passé composé):
– Je me suis rĂ©veillĂ©(e) (I woke up)
– Tu t’es rĂ©veillĂ©(e) (you woke up – informal singular)
– Il s’est rĂ©veillĂ©/Elle s’est rĂ©veillĂ©e (he/she woke up)
– Nous nous sommes rĂ©veillĂ©(e)s (we woke up)
– Vous vous ĂȘtes rĂ©veillĂ©(e)(s) (you woke up – formal singular/plural or plural)
– Ils se sont rĂ©veillĂ©s/Elles se sont rĂ©veillĂ©es (they woke up)

Imperfect tense:
– Je me rĂ©veillais (I was waking up)
– Tu te rĂ©veillais (you were waking up – informal singular)
– Il/Elle/On se rĂ©veillait (he/she/we was/were waking up)
– Nous nous rĂ©veillions (we were waking up)
– Vous vous rĂ©veilliez (you were waking up – formal singular/plural or plural)
– Ils/Elles se rĂ©veillaient (they were waking up)

Future tense:
– Je me rĂ©veillerai (I will wake up)
– Tu te rĂ©veilleras (you will wake up – informal singular)
– Il/Elle/On se rĂ©veillera (he/she/we will wake up)
– Nous nous rĂ©veillerons (we will wake up)
– Vous vous rĂ©veillerez (you will wake up – formal singular/plural or plural)
– Ils/Elles se rĂ©veilleront (they will wake up)

**Examples of sentences using “se rĂ©veiller”:**
– Je me rĂ©veille Ă  sept heures tous les matins. (I wake up at seven every morning.)
– Hier, je me suis rĂ©veillĂ© trĂšs tard. (Yesterday, I woke up very late.)
– Quand je me rĂ©veillais pendant la nuit, j’Ă©coutais les sons de la ville. (When I was waking up during the night, I listened to the sounds of the city.)
– Demain, nous nous rĂ©veillerons Ă  l’aube pour voir le lever du soleil. (Tomorrow, we will wake up at dawn to see the sunrise.)

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