Synonyms for avoir or Related words with avoir

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Examples of "avoir"
Numbers; expressing age; giving commands; necessity; negation. Numbers 1-29; "avoir; avoir" in expressions of age; "ne ... pas;" imperatives of "-er" verbs; "il faut" and infinitives.
This is the conjugation of "avoir", with a past participle:
Boissy-sans-Avoir is a commune in the Yvelines department in north-central France.
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The auxiliary verb is typically "avoir" ("to have"), but is sometimes "être" ("to be") (see below).
(The verbs marked with "¹" above combine with "être" in their intransitive uses, and "avoir" when used transitively.)
Avoir 20 ans dans les Aurès (English: To Be Twenty in the Aures) is a 1972 film.
Elle appartient depuis fin 2010 à un homme d'affaires russe, après avoir été rachetée en 1997 par Siraga.
Note that the auxiliaries "être" and "avoir," although they would naturally seem to belong to the third conjugation, are traditionally classed separately.
Since some of these verbs can be used as a transitive verb as well, they will instead take "avoir" as an auxiliary in those instances; e.g.
It is the setting for the 2002 documentary film "To Be and to Have" (French: "Être et avoir"), about the commune's one-room primary school.
The future endings correspond to the present indicative of the verb "avoir". They are always regular: "-ai, -as, -a, -ons, -ez, -ont," pronounced .
Perfect infinitives are also found in other European languages which have perfect forms with auxiliaries similarly to English. For example, "avoir mangé" means "(to) have eaten" in French.
There are two auxiliary verbs in French: "avoir" (to have) and "être" (to be), used to conjugate compound tenses according to these rules:
"Le parcours de Ted Fairhurst m’a beaucoup impressionné, sa philosophie de la vie est en harmonie avec les messages et techniques que je présente dans mon livre. C’est la raison pour laquelle j’ai décidé d’en faire un personnage clé de mon ouvrage, nous découvrons page après page comment il a réussi à vivre de ses passions, et à avoir la vie qu’il a toujours souhaité avoir. Ted est un exemple pour nos jeunes!"
To form the future form of the auxiliary verbs, the future stem is used, and the endings "-ai", "-as", "-a", "-ons", "-ez", "-ont" are added. Both "avoir" and "être" have irregular future stems, but with the exception of "-re" verbs, most verbs use the infinitive as the future stem ("je parler-ai", I will speak), the future stem of "avoir" "is" "aur-", and the future stem of "être" is "ser-".
It is one of limited number of films on the politically delicate subject of the Algerian War. They include "The Little Soldier" (1963), "Avoir vingt ans dans les Aurès" (1972), and "La question" (1977).
In 2004, she began hosting "Il va y avoir du sport", a political debate show, for Télé-Québec. In 2006, after leaving Première Chaîne, she created a new public affairs series for the network, "Bazzo.tv".
Chavalliaud (sometimes spelt Chavaillaud) was born in Reims at No. 47 Chativesle St. and died at Boissy-sans-Avoir, Yvelines. He is buried in the North Cemetery in Rheims. He married Juliana Marie Rousseau.
""J'ai cru tricher, et l'on m'a triché : croyant avoir deux figures, je n'en ai plus." / "I thought that I was creating delusions, but I was deluded myself: I thought I had two personalities, and I have none.""