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j' ai onze


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I have eleven


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j ai tres bien


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i'm good


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J' ai eu tort.


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I was wrong.


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J' ai bien voté.


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I did vote.


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J' ai vérifié.


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I checked this out.


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J' ai voté pour.


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I voted in favour.


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J' ai refusé.


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I rejected this.


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j ai 14 ans


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I am 14 years old


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Everything you need to know about the irregular French verb avoir
By Laura K. Lawless
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/Avoir/ is one of the most common French verbs. It is irregular in
conjugation and literally means "to have." In addition, it is used in
numerous idiomatic expressions and as an auxiliary verb.

*To Have*

/Avoir/ means "to have" in most senses, including having in one's
possession and currently experiencing.

   /J'ai deux stylos/
   I have two pens

   /J'ai trois frères/
   I have three brothers

   /J'ai mal à la tête/
   I have a headache

   /J'ai une idée/
   I have an idea

   /J'ai été eu/
   I've been had (tricked)

*Note:* /Avoir à/ can mean "to have to," but that expression is more
commonly translated by /devoir/.



*Expressions with Avoir*

/Avoir/ is used in a number of idiomatic expressions, many of which are
translated by the English verb "to be":

   /J'ai 30 ans/
   I am 30 years old

   /J'ai soif/
   I am thirsty

   /J'ai froid/
   I am cold

   /Il y a.../
   There is/are...


*Auxiliary Verb*

/Avoir/ is the auxiliary for most French verbs in the compound tenses
(exceptions):

   /J'ai déjà étudié/
   I have already studied.

   /J'aurai mangé avant ton arrivée/
   I will have eaten before you arrive


Source: french.about.com/od/grammar/a/avoir.htm

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