Daily Verb Lesson: French for drowse is somnoler

The verb in French for drowse, to be sleepy is the regular ER verb somnoler.

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La somnolence is the noun meaning drowsiness, lethargy.

Somnolent, somnolente is the adjective meaning drowsy, lethargic.

Simple Tenses somnoler

somnole somnoles somnole somnolons somnolez somnolent
Past Imperfect
somnolais somnolais somnolait somnolions somnoliez somnolaient
Simple Past
Passé Simple

somnolai somnolas somnola somnolâmes somnolâtes somnolèrent

will drowse
somnolerai somnoleras somnolera somnolerons somnolerez somnoleront

would drowse
somnolerais somnolerais somnolerait somnolerions somnoleriez somnoleraient

may drowse
somnole somnoles somnole somnolions somnoliez somnolent
Compound Tenses somnoler
Present Perfect
Passé Composé

have drowsed
ai somnolé as somnolé a somnolé avons somnolé avez somnolé ont somnolé
Past Perfect

had drowsed
avais somnolé avais somnolé avait somnolé avions somnolé aviez somnolé avaient somnolé
Future Perfect
Futur Antérieur

will have
aurai somnolé auras somnolé aura somnolé aurons somnolé aurez somnolé auront somnolé
Conditional Perfect
Conditionnel Passé

would have drowsed
aurais somnolé aurais somnolé aurait somnolé aurions somnolé auriez somnolé auraient somnolé

somnole ! somnolons ! somnolez !
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