100 Most Common French Verbs

Translate these French verbs into English.
Source: linguasorb.com
French does come from Latin, if that helps.
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Être
To be
Avoir
To have
Pouvoir
To be able to
Faire
To do
Mettre
To put
Dire
To say
Devoir
To have to
Prendre
To take
Donner
To give
Aller
To go
Vouloir
To want
Savoir
To know
Falloir
To need
Voir
To see
Demander
To ask
Trouver
To find
Rendre
To return
Venir
To come
Passer
To pass
Comprendre
To understand
Rester
To stay
Tenir
To hold
Porter
To wear
Parler
To speak
Montrer
To show
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Continuer
To continue
Penser
To think
Suivre
To follow
Connaître
To know
Croire
To believe
Commencer
To begin
Compter
To count
Entendre
To hear
Attendre
To wait
Remettre
To replace
Appeler
To call
Permettre
To permit
Occuper
To occupy
Devenir
To become
Partir
To leave
Décider
To decide
Arriver
To arrive
Servir
To serve
Sembler
To seem
Revenir
To come back
Laisser
To leave
Recevoir
To receive
Répondre
To answer
Vivre
To live
Rappeler
To call back
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Présenter
To present
Accepter
To accept
Agir
To act
Poser
To put down
Jouer
To play
Reconnaître
To recognize
Choisir
To choose
Toucher
To touch
Aimer
To like
Retrouver
To meet up
Perdre
To lose
Expliquer
To explain
Considérer
To consider
Ouvrir
To open
Gagner
To win
Exister
To exist
Refuser
To refuse
Lire
To read
Réussir
To succeed
Changer
To change
Travailler
To work
Représenter
To represent
Assurer
To assure
Essayer
To try
Empêcher
To prevent
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Sortir
To go out
Reprendre
To resume
Mener
To lead
Appartenir
To belong
Risquer
To risk
Concerner
To concern
Apprendre
To learn
Recontrer
To meet
Créer
To create
Obtenir
To obtain
Chercher
To search
Entrer
To enter
Proposer
To propose
Apporter
To bring
Utiliser
To use
Atteindre
To acheive
Tenter
To tempt
Importer
To import
Ajouter
To add
Produire
To produce
Préparer
To prepare
Relever
To raise
Écrire
To write
Défendre
To defend
Tirer
To pull
+1
Level 15
Jun 27, 2019
Réussir c'est "To succeed".

To reuse c'est recycler. Cela n'a pas du tout la même signification.

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Level 59
Jun 27, 2019
Je suis vraiment désolé . Il devrait être corrigé maintenant.
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Level 19
Jun 1, 2020
good quiz but would you accept 'to learn' for 'apprendre'?
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Level 67
Jun 8, 2020
You should accept 'to be necessary' for falloir (need isn't a very accurate translation), 'to put back' for remettre ('to replace' would actually be remplacer), 'to reach' for atteindre, 'to remind' for rappeler, and maybe 'to give back' for rendre.