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You read in French 🇫🇷

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

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Tips to remember the French word “tu lis”:
– It sounds somewhat like “tool lease,” which you might think of as if you’re leasing a tool to someone, but instead, you’re “reading” a book.
– Break it down by remembering that “tu” means “you” (informal singular) and “lis” sounds like “lee” which can remind you of “read.”

– “Tu lis” is the present tense conjugation of the verb “lire,” which means “to read.” It’s used when you’re talking about someone reading something right now, and that someone is a person you’d call “tu” in French, reflecting informal or familiar singular “you.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Il/Elle lit” – “He/She reads”
– “Vous lisez” – “You read” (formal or plural)
– “Nous lisons” – “We read”
– “Ils/Elles lisent” – “They read” (masculine/feminine)

Different conjugations of “lire”:
– je lis (I read)
– tu lis (you read, singular informal)
– il/elle/on lit (he/she/one reads)
– nous lisons (we read)
– vous lisez (you read, singular formal or plural)
– ils/elles lisent (they read, masculine/feminine)

Imperfect (past):
– je lisais (I was reading)
– tu lisais (you were reading)
– il/elle/on lisait (he/she/one was reading)
– nous lisions (we were reading)
– vous lisiez (you were reading)
– ils/elles lisaient (they were reading)

Simple Future:
– je lirai (I will read)
– tu liras (you will read)
– il/elle/on lira (he/she/one will read)
– nous lirons (we will read)
– vous lirez (you will read)
– ils/elles liront (they will read)

Conditional (would read):
– je lirais (I would read)
– tu lirais (you would read)
– il/elle/on lirait (he/she/one would read)
– nous lirions (we would read)
– vous liriez (you would read)
– ils/elles liraient (they would read)

Examples of sentences that use “tu lis”:
– “Tu lis un livre fascinant.” (You’re reading a fascinating book.)
– “Chaque soir, tu lis avant de dormir.” (Every evening, you read before going to sleep.)
– “Quand tu lis, tu oublies tout autour de toi.” (When you read, you forget everything around you.)

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