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

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Tips to remember the French word “tu mens”:

– “Tu mens” is the informal second person singular form of the verb “mentir,” meaning “to lie” in English.
– To remember the word, you can associate it with the English word “mendacity,” which also means lying.
– Another way to remember it is by creating a mental image of someone saying “tu mens” with a finger pointing at you, indicating that you are lying.

– “Tu mens” is used when addressing someone informally, such as a friend or family member, and accusing them of lying.
– The verb “mentir” belongs to the first group of -ir verbs in French, which means it follows a regular conjugation pattern.

Other words with similar meanings:
– “Tu ne dis pas la vΓ©ritΓ©” means “you’re not telling the truth.”
– “Tu racontes des mensonges” means “you’re telling lies.”

Conjugation of “mentir”:
– Present tense: je mens, tu mens, il/elle ment, nous mentons, vous mentez, ils/elles mentent.
– Past tense: j’ai menti, tu as menti, il/elle a menti, nous avons menti, vous avez menti, ils/elles ont menti.
– Future tense: je mentirai, tu mentiras, il/elle mentira, nous mentirons, vous mentirez, ils/elles mentiront.

1. Tu mens lorsque tu dis que tu as terminΓ© tes devoirs. (You lie when you say you have finished your homework.)
2. Je sais que tu mens Γ  propos de cette histoire. (I know you’re lying about this story.)
3. Ils ont menti au sujet de leur relation. (They lied about their relationship.)

Note: The verb “mentir” can also be used reflexively as “se mentir” meaning “to lie to oneself.”

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