Faire (to do/to make) conjugation in French: Chart and examples

Faire (to do/to make) conjugation in French: Chart and examples

Hello! Today we are going to study the conjugation of the verb “faire” in French.

“Faire” means “to do/to make” in English.

It is a regular verb of the first conjugation and it is a very important verb in French.

Let’s take a look at the conjugation table of “faire” together:

Subject Present Tense
je fais
tu fais
il/elle fait
nous faisons
vous faites
ils/elles font

 

Examples :

  1. Je fais du sport tous les jours. (I do sports every day.)
  2. Tu fais toujours tes devoirs. (You always do your homework.)
  3. Il fait beau aujourd’hui. (It’s nice weather today.)
  4. Nous faisons des courses ce soir. (We are going shopping this evening.)
  5. Vous faites quoi ce week-end? (What are you doing this weekend?)
  6. Ils font un voyage en France la semaine prochaine. (They are going on a trip to France next week.)

In conclusion, the conjugation of the verb “faire” is very important to speak French correctly.

Don’t forget to practice the conjugation of “faire” with complete sentences to improve your French.

Good luck!

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