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To warm up in French 🇫🇷

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

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Tips to remember the French word ‘rĂ©chauffer’:
– Think of the English word “reheat” as a mnemonic device.
– Break down the word into syllables: rĂ©-chauf-fer.
– Associate the word with the action of warming up food or oneself.

The French word “rĂ©chauffer” is a verb that means “to warm up” or “to reheat.” It can refer to the act of increasing the temperature of something that has cooled down or gone cold.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– RĂ©chauffement (noun) – Warming up, reheating
– Chauffer Ă  nouveau – To warm up again

– Present tense:
– Je rĂ©chauffe – I warm up
– Tu rĂ©chauffes – You warm up
– Il/elle rĂ©chauffe – He/she warms up
– Nous rĂ©chauffons – We warm up
– Vous rĂ©chauffez – You (plural/formal) warm up
– Ils/elles rĂ©chauffent – They warm up

– Past tense:
– J’ai rĂ©chauffĂ© – I warmed up
– Tu as rĂ©chauffĂ© – You warmed up
– Il/elle a rĂ©chauffĂ© – He/she warmed up
– Nous avons rĂ©chauffĂ© – We warmed up
– Vous avez rĂ©chauffĂ© – You (plural/formal) warmed up
– Ils/elles ont rĂ©chauffĂ© – They warmed up

– Future tense:
– Je rĂ©chaufferai – I will warm up
– Tu rĂ©chaufferas – You will warm up
– Il/elle rĂ©chauffera – He/she will warm up
– Nous rĂ©chaufferons – We will warm up
– Vous rĂ©chaufferez – You (plural/formal) will warm up
– Ils/elles rĂ©chaufferont – They will warm up

1. Je vais réchauffer la tarte au four.
(I am going to warm up the pie in the oven.)

2. Tu peux réchauffer ton déjeuner au micro-ondes.
(You can warm up your lunch in the microwave.)

3. Nous réchauffons nos mains près du feu.
(We warm up our hands near the fire.)

4. Ils ont réchauffé leur amitié en se réunissant.
(They warmed up their friendship by getting together.)

Note: Remember that the verb “rĂ©chauffer” is regular and follows the conjugation pattern of most -er verbs in French.

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