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Very in French 🇫🇷


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

French Sentences with the Word “Very”

French sentence with “très” English translation for très S

Il est très cool.

He is very cool.

J’ai été très bien merci.

I have been very well, thank you.

Je suis très occupé.

I am very busy.

C’est très important.

This is very important.

J’ai très soif.

I am very thirsty.

Je pense que c’est très bien.

I think it is very good.

Je suis très curieux à propos de votre ami.

I am very curious about your friend.

J’ai eu un accident, et ça fait très mal.

I had an accident and it hurts a lot.

Ton ami est très intéressant.

Your friend (m) is very interesting.

La fille est très timide

The girl is very shy

Camila et Gabriel sont très polis

Camila and Gabriel are very polite

C’était très important que vous preniez du temps

It was very important that you took the time

Leurs maisons sont très lointaines

Their houses are very far

Cette nourriture est très savoureuse

This food is very delicious

Le film était très intéressant

The movie was very interesting

Ta maman s’habille très décontracté.

Your mom dresses very casual.

Wow, vous riez très fort.

Wow, you laugh very hard.

C’est très important de s’étirer pour faire du yoga.

It is very important to stretch out to do yoga.

Il est très important que david approuve.

It is very important that David approves.

Tu le fais très bien.

You do it very well.

Vous auriez probablement été très heureux.

You probably would have been very happy.

C’est très bien que vous ayez approuvé.

It is very good that you approved.

Ma famille est très heureuse que tu nous aies rendu visite.

My family is very happy that you visited us.

C’est très petit, vous voulez l’essayer?

It is very small do you want to try it?

Elle continue à être une très bonne amie.

She continues being a great friend.

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Tips to remember the French word “très”:
– You can associate “très” with “three” since they sound similar, and remember that “three” is more than “two,” i.e., something “very” much or a lot.
– Link “très” with the English word “treasure,” both of which you can think of as having great or ‘very’ high value.
– Think of “très chic” which is a common phrase borrowed into English meaning “very stylish.”

Explanations:
– “Très” is an adverb that is used to modify adjectives and other adverbs, meaning “very” or “extremely.”
– It does not change form according to gender or number, unlike some other French adverbs.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Extrêmement” (extremely)
– “Particulièrement” (particularly)
– “Vraiment” (really)

Alternate meanings like slang:
– “Très” does not typically carry slang meanings; it’s a basic adverb with a straightforward translation and use within standard French language.

Examples of sentences that use it:
– “Il est très intelligent.” (He is very intelligent.)
– “Elle est très belle.” (She is very beautiful.)
– “Nous sommes très contents de te voir.” (We are very happy to see you.)
– “Ce livre est très intéressant.” (This book is very interesting.)
– “Ils travaillent très dur.” (They work very hard.)

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