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

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Tips to remember the French word “parlĂ©”:
– Associate “parlĂ©” with the English word “parlay,” which, although not a direct translation, sounds similar and both involve speaking.
– Remember that “parlĂ©” comes from the verb “parler” (to speak) in French.
– Think of the common phrase “parlez-vous français?” (do you speak French?) to remember that “parler” is related to speaking.

– “Tu as parlĂ©” is in the passĂ© composĂ©, which is a common past tense in French.
– “Tu” is the informal singular form of “you.”
– “As” is the auxiliary verb “avoir” conjugated in the present tense with “tu.”
– “ParlĂ©” is the past participle of the verb “parler.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Tu as causĂ©” (You have chatted) – using “causer” instead of “parler.”
– “Tu as discutĂ©” (You have discussed) – using “discuter” which implies a conversation or a debate.

Conjugations of “parler”:
– Present: “je parle” (I speak), “tu parles” (you speak), “il/elle parle” (he/she speaks), “nous parlons” (we speak), “vous parlez” (you speak, formal or plural), “ils/elles parlent” (they speak)
– Imparfait (imperfect): “je parlais” (I was speaking), “tu parlais” (you were speaking), and so on.
– Futur simple: “je parlerai” (I will speak), “tu parleras” (you will speak), and so on.
– PassĂ© composĂ© (which has been used in “tu as parlĂ©”): “j’ai parlĂ©” (I spoke), “il/elle a parlĂ©” (he/she spoke), and so on.

Examples of sentences using “parlĂ©”:
– Hier, tu as parlĂ© très clairement lors de la rĂ©union. (Yesterday, you spoke very clearly during the meeting.)
– Tu as parlĂ© avec Marie de la situation ? (Did you talk to Marie about the situation?)
– Ă€ cette confĂ©rence, tu as parlĂ© avec confiance et expertise. (At that conference, you spoke with confidence and expertise.)

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