Daily Verb Lesson: French for wean is sevrer

The verb in French for wean is the regular ER verb sevrer.

To remember this imagine that to wean your children you must SEVER A lifeline to them.

Visualise this mental picture in your mind like a 'mind movie' to make it more memorable and easier to recall. Combining such a visualisation with a cartoon Memory Trigger like the one on the right of Mama Bird severing the lifeline to Young bird makes it easier still to remember. Crikes he doesn't have many feathers ...

HANG ON! Mama Bird! You might be cutting him loose a bit young!

Simple Tenses sevrer

sevre sevres sevre sevrons sevrez sevrent
Past Imperfect
sevrais sevrais sevrait sevrions sevriez sevraient
Simple Past
Passé Simple

sevrai sevras sevra sevrâmes sevrâtes sevrèrent

will wean
sevrerai sevreras sevrera sevrerons sevrerez sevreront

would wean
sevrerais sevrerais sevrerait sevrerions sevreriez sevreraient

may wean
sevre sevres sevre sevrions sevriez sevrent
Compound Tenses sevrer
Present Perfect
Passé Composé

have weaned
ai sevré as sevré a sevré avons sevré avez sevré ont sevré
Past Perfect

had weaned
avais sevré avais sevré avait sevré avions sevré aviez sevré avaient sevré
Future Perfect
Futur Antérieur

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

would have weaned
aurais sevré aurais sevré aurait sevré aurions sevré auriez sevré auraient sevré

sevre ! sevrons ! sevrez !
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