Intermediate #41 French verbs partir sortir quitter

Intermediate #41 French verbs partir sortir quitter

Learn how to use the French verbs partir, sortir and quitter my friend.

Intermediate #41 French verbs partir sortir quitter
Intermediate #41 French verbs partir sortir quitter

partir quitter

partir (de) to leave, go away

quitter to leave (behind)

Tu pars demain ?

Are you leaving tomorrow?

Demain nous sortons. C’est prévu.

Tomorrow we go out. This is scheduled.

Vous ne partirez pas de Nice sans lui dire au revoir.

You will not leave Nice without saying goodbye to him.

Elle est sortie de la cuisine pour aller se reposer sur le canapé. Elle l’a bien mérité d’ailleurs.

She came out of the kitchen to rest on the sofa. She deserved it well.

J’ai quitté Paris car je ne pouvais plus respirer à cause de la pollution.

I left Paris because I couldn’t breathe because of the pollution.

Je quitte mon petit-ami car ses actions ne correspondent pas à ses paroles.

I’m leaving my boyfriend because his actions don’t match his words.

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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