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

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**Tips to remember the French word “tu nettoies”:**

1. Associate “nettoies” with “net” in English, as in “net result,” which implies something clear or clean.
2. Think of “nettoyer” (to clean) as a combination of “net” (clean) and “toyer,” similar sounding to “toy,” imagining cleaning away toys to tidy up.


– “Tu nettoies” is the second person singular present indicative form of “nettoyer,” which means “to clean.”
– It’s a regular -oyer verb, following a typical -er verb conjugation pattern, but note the y to i change in some forms.

**Other words that mean the same thing:**

– “Tu fais le mΓ©nage” can be used interchangeably, which means “you are doing the housework.”


– Infinitive: nettoyer (to clean)
– Present:
– je nettoie (I clean)
– tu nettoies (you clean)
– il/elle/on nettoie (he/she/it cleans)
– nous nettoyons (we clean)
– vous nettoyez (you clean, formal/plural)
– ils/elles nettoient (they clean)
– Imperfect:
– tu nettoyais (you were cleaning)
– Future:
– tu nettoieras (you will clean)
– Past historic:
– tu nettoyas (you cleaned)
– Conditional:
– tu nettoierais (you would clean)
– Subjunctive:
– que tu nettoies (that you clean)
– Imperative:
– nettoie! (clean! – singular informal)
– Past participle:
– nettoyΓ© (cleaned)

**Examples of sentences that use “tu nettoies”:**

1. “Tu nettoies ta chambre chaque semaine.” (You clean your room every week.)
2. “Quand tu nettoies la cuisine, n’oublie pas de laver le sol.” (When you clean the kitchen, don’t forget to wash the floor.)
3. “Pendant que tu nettoies la salle de bain, je ferai la lessive.” (While you’re cleaning the bathroom, I’ll do the laundry.)
4. “Si tu nettoies la voiture, je te donnerai dix euros.” (If you clean the car, I’ll give you ten euros.)
5. “Tu nettoieras le garage demain?” (Will you clean the garage tomorrow?)

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