Informal French Verbs

Learn some common verbs in informal language

Learn some common verbs in informal French, with free audio recording by a native speaker and interactive exercise

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Informal Verbs Exercises

balancer - to throw (away)
en baver
- to have a hard time
bosser
- to work
bouffer
- to eat
bourrer -
to stuff, cram
bousiller
- to break, damage
chialer - to cry
chopper - to get, to catch
débarquer - to arrive without notice
dégoter - to find, come up with, dig up
encarrer - to enter
engueuler - to tell someone off / chew someone out / give someone hell
épater / scier - to astonish, surprise
être à deux doigts (de faire quelque chose) - to be on the verge (of doing something)
être à la bourre - to be in a hurry
être à mourir d'ennui - to be very boring
faire gaffe - be careful, pay attention
farfouiller - to rummage
filer - to give, hand over
filer à l'anglaise - to leave without saying goodbye / to take a French leave
flipper - to go crazy, flip out
fourrer - to cram, stick, shove
foutre - to put, throw / to give / to do
foutre le bordel - to make a mess
gaver - to be sick of
gerber - to puke
gober - to believe naively / to fall for
gonfler - to annoy
louper - to miss
mater / zieuter - to look
papoter - to chatter, gossip
paumer - to lose
piger - to understand
piquer - to steal
planquer - to hide
poireauter - to wait
repêcher - to find
rigoler / se marrer - to laugh
roupiller - to sleep
schlinguer - to stink
se planter - to make a mistake
se pointer / radiner - to show up
se tirer / se barrer / se casser - to leave
vadrouiller - to rove around

 


 

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