Intermediate #25 Prefixes in French with their latin roots and within whole sentences to practice

Intermediate #25 Prefixes in French with their latin roots and within whole sentences to practice
Intermediate #25 Prefixes in French with their latin roots and within whole sentences to practice

Today I teach you how to identify French prefixes in words and verbs and practice your French pronunciation along with me my friend.

Intermediate #25 Prefixes in French with their latin roots and within whole sentences to practice
Intermediate #25 Prefixes in French with their latin roots and within whole sentences to practice
Intermediate #25 Prefixes in French with their latin roots and within whole sentences to practice
Intermediate #25 Prefixes in French with their latin roots and within whole sentences to practice
Intermediate #25 Prefixes in French with their latin roots and within whole sentences to practice
Intermediate #25 Prefixes in French with their latin roots and within whole sentences to practice
Intermediate #25 Prefixes in French with their latin roots and within whole sentences to practice
Intermediate #25 Prefixes in French with their latin roots and within whole sentences to practice
Intermediate #25 Prefixes in French with their latin roots and within whole sentences to practice
Intermediate #25 Prefixes in French with their latin roots and within whole sentences to practice

N’oublie pas ton parapluie ma chérie !

Don’t forget your umbrella honey!

para = pour = for

parapluie

parasol

paravent

Il est tellement malchanceux.

He is so unlucky.

malus = mal, mauvais = bad

malvoyant

malentendant

maladroit

Rien n’est impossible mon ami.

Nothing is impossible my friend.

im = non = not

impatient

insouciant

imparfait

C’est si beau ! Presque irréel !

This is so beautiful! Almost surreal!

Ce journal est bimensuel.

This newspaper is bimonthly.

bis = double = twice

bipède

binôme

bicyclette

Nous ne voulons surtout pas leur déplaire.

We really don’t want to displease them.

de, dis = cessation d’une action = to not do something

disjoindre

discontinu

dyslexique

bondir – rebondir

Le chien bondit de joie.

La balle rebondit sur le sol.

The dog jumps with joy.

The ball bounces off the floor.

charger – décharger

La batterie de mon téléphone est chargée à 100 %.

Les marins ont déchargé les marchandises du navire.

My phone battery is charged at 100%.

The sailors unloaded the goods from the ship.

Une crème contre les rides est antirides.

A cream against wrinkles is anti aging.

Pour te protéger du soleil à la plage tu utilises un parasol.

To protect yourself from the sun at the beach you use a sunshade.

Cette boisson ne peut pas être bue car elle est imbuvable.

This drink cannot be drunk because it is undrinkable.

Published by Claire SAMUEL

My name is Claire and my mission is to teach you French with a smile my friend!

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