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To whine/moan in French 🇫🇷


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to whine/moan gémir
How to say “to whine/moan” in French? “GĂ©mir”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “gĂ©mir” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to whine/moan in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the French word: “gĂ©mir” can be remembered by associating it with the English word “whine” or by imagining someone moaning in pain.

Explanations: “GĂ©mir” is a regular verb that means “to whine” or “to moan” in English. It is often used to describe expressing complaints, dissatisfaction, or pain through moaning or whining sounds.

Other words that mean the same thing: Some synonyms of “gĂ©mir” include se plaindre (to complain), rouspĂ©ter (to grumble), grogner (to growl/grumble), or geindre (to whimper).

Conjugations:
– Present tense: je gĂ©mis, tu gĂ©mis, il/elle gĂ©mĂ®t, nous gĂ©missons, vous gĂ©missez, ils/elles gĂ©missent
– Imperfect tense: je gĂ©missais, tu gĂ©missais, il/elle gĂ©missait, nous gĂ©missions, vous gĂ©missiez, ils/elles gĂ©missaient
– Simple future: je gĂ©mirai, tu gĂ©miras, il/elle gĂ©mira, nous gĂ©mirons, vous gĂ©mirez, ils/elles gĂ©miront
– Conditional: je gĂ©mirais, tu gĂ©mirais, il/elle gĂ©mirait, nous gĂ©mirions, vous gĂ©miriez, ils/elles gĂ©miraient

Example sentences:
1. Arrête de gémir et prends tes responsabilités ! (Stop whining and take your responsibilities!)
2. Le chien gĂ©missait de douleur après s’ĂŞtre blessĂ© la patte. (The dog was moaning in pain after hurting its paw.)
3. Elle gémit constamment sans raison apparente. (She whines constantly for no apparent reason.)
4. Les enfants se mettent Ă  gĂ©mir dès qu’ils n’obtiennent pas ce qu’ils veulent. (The children start whining as soon as they don’t get what they want.)

Note: The verb “gĂ©mir” can also be used metaphorically to express sorrow or sadness, similar to “to lament” in English.

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