Top 99 Frequently Used French Verbs to Learn French Language

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French language learning always requires learners to start with the basics if they really wanted to become fluent with every detail of the idiom. But of course, we cannot help but want to jump into the most important details when we learn French languageright? After all, for most learners, the very reason they learn French is because they want to use it for means of communication.

Therefore, we’re going to tackle here one of the most important topics a learner should learn in French language: the verbs. Pretty sure languages schools will discuss this topic, but for now, allow you to be knowledgeable of the 99 most frequently used French verbs that learners should really know. Here are your long lists:

1. Être (to be)
2. Avoir (to have)
3. Faire (to do)
4. Dire (to say)
5. Pouvoir (to be able to)
6. Aller (to go)
7. Voir (too see)
8. Savoir (to know)
9. Vouloir (to want)
10. Venir (to come)
11. Falloir (to be necessary)
12. Devoir (must)
13. Croire (to believe)
14. Trouver (to find)
15. Donner (to give)
16. Prendre (to take)
17. Parler (to speak)
18. Aimer (to love, to like)
19. Passer (to pass)
20. Mettre (to put)
21. Demander (to ask)
22. Tenir (to hold)
23. Sembler (to seem)
24. Laisser (to let)
25. Rester (to stay)
26. Penser (to think)
27. Entendre (to hear)
28. Regarder (to look)
29. Répondre (to answer)
30. Rendre (to return)
31. Connaître (to know)
32. Paraître (to appear)
33. Arriver (to arrive)
34. Sentir (to feel)
35. Attendre (to wait)
36. Vivre (to live)
37. Chercher (to search)
38. Sentir (this time meant as “to smell”)
39. Comprendre (to understand)
40. Porter (to carry)
41. Devenir (to become)
42. Entrer (to enter)
43. Retenir (to keep)
44. Écrire (to write)
45. Appeler (to call)
46. Tomber (to fall)
47. Reprendre (to resume; to recapture)
48. Commencer (to begin)
49. Suivre (to follow)
50. Montrer (to show)
51. Partir (to leave)
52. Mourir (to die)
53. Ouvrir (to open)
54. Lire (to read)
55. Arrêter (to stop)
56. Servir (to serve)
57. Jeter (to throw)
58. Recevoir (to receive)
59. Monter (to go up)
60. Lever (to raise)
61. Agir (to act)
62. Perdre (to lose)
63. Écouter (to listen)
64. Continuer (to continue)
65. Sourire (to smile)
66. Apercevoir (to perceive)
67. Reconnaître (to recognize)
68. Ajouter (to add)
69. Jouer (to play)
70. Marcher (to walk)
71. Garder (to keep)
72. Manquer (to miss)
73. Retrouver (to retrieve)
74. Descendre (to go down)
75. Rappeler (to remind)
76. Quitter (to quit)
77. Tourner (to turn)
78. Finir (to finish)
79. Crier (to scream)
80. Courir (to run)
81. Permettre (to allow)
82. Songer (to think of sth)
83. Offrir (to offer)
84. Présenter (to present)
85. Apprendre (to learn)
86. Souffrir (to suffer)
87. Exister (to exist)
88. Envoyer (to send)
89. Expliquer (to explain)
90. Manger (to eat)
91. Valoir (to be worth sth)
92. Oublier (to forget)
93. Rentrer (to go back)
94. Pousser (to push)
95. Occuper (to occupy)
96. Compter (to count)
97. Empêcher (to prevent)
98. Plaire (to please)
99. Travailler (to work)

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