Verbs: Infinitive 2 – Lesson 4

Vocabulary

obtenir – to obtain
perdre – to lose
expliquer – to explain
servir – to serve
arriver – to arrive
vouloir – to want
ouvrir – to open

Sentences

Ces objets sont assez difficiles à obtenir – These objects are rather difficult to obtain
Difficile à expliquer – Difficult to explain
Dois-je vraiment expliquer pourquoi? Do I really need to explain why?
Dois-je encore l’expliquer? Do I need to explain it again?
Est-il sûr de vouloir des frites? Is he sure he wants some fries?
Êtes-vous sûr de vouloir un cheval? Are you sure that you want a horse?
Il n’y a pas de temps à perdre – There is no time to lose
Il veut obtenir des documents – He wants to obtain some documents
Ils vont arriver trop tard – They are going to arrive too late
Ils vont vouloir plus de nourriture – They are going to want more food
Je ne peux pas arriver avant lui – I cannot arrive before him
Je ne peux pas arriver là-bas avant midi – I cannot arrive there before noon
Je dois ouvrir la fenêtre – I need to open the window
Je ne veux pas le perdre – I do not want to lose him
Je ne veux pas le perdre – I don’t want to lose it
Le jour de gloire va arriver – The day of glory is going to arrive
Les dames vont arriver bientôt – The ladies are going to arrive soon
Maintenant je peux servir les légumes – Now I can serve the vegetables
Maintenant je peux servir ma communauté – Now I can serve my community
Maintenant je peux servir ma famille – Now I can serve my family
Sais-tu comment ouvrir cette boîte? Do you know how to open this box?
Tu ne peux pas perdre – You cannot lose
Tu ne vas pas y arriver – You are not going to arrive there
Tu vas ouvrir la porte – You are going to open the door
Tu dois ouvrir la fenêtre – You have to open the window

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