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apporter

English translation of apporter

bring

The French word 'apporter' is equivalent to the English word 'bring'. It is commonly used in many different contexts, much like its English counterpart. For instance, in a sentence 'Je vais apporter le gâteau à la fête', it translates to 'I will bring the cake to the party'. It is important to note that 'apporter' is used when referring to bringing an object or item.


Example sentences using: apporter

Pouvez-vous apporter votre livre à la classe demain?

English translation of Pouvez-vous apporter votre livre à la classe demain?

Can you bring your book to the class tomorrow?

In this phrase, 'apporter' is used to mean 'bring'. Here, the speaker is asking someone if they can bring their book to the class the next day.

J'ai oublié d'apporter mon déjeuner aujourd'hui.

English translation of J'ai oublié d'apporter mon déjeuner aujourd'hui.

I forgot to bring my lunch today.

In this sentence, 'apporter' is used in the context of forgetting to bring something, specifically lunch, to a certain location on that day.

Tu devrais apporter un parapluie car il pourrait pleuvoir.

English translation of Tu devrais apporter un parapluie car il pourrait pleuvoir.

You should bring an umbrella because it might rain.

In this situation, 'apporter' is used to refer to bringing an umbrella as a measure of precaution in case it rains.

Il a promis d'apporter le vin pour le dîner.

English translation of Il a promis d'apporter le vin pour le dîner.

He promised to bring the wine for dinner.

Here, 'apporter' is used in the context where someone is undertaking the responsibility of bringing something - in this case, wine - for a meal.

Elle ne peut pas apporter son chien au travail.

English translation of Elle ne peut pas apporter son chien au travail.

She can't bring her dog to work.

In this case 'apporter' is used to express the impossibility of bringing her dog to work.

Va-t-il apporter quelque chose pour la fête?

English translation of Va-t-il apporter quelque chose pour la fête?

Is he going to bring something for the party?

The word 'apporter' is used here in a question, asking if someone is intending to bring something, unspecified, to the party.

N'oubliez pas d'apporter votre passeport.

English translation of N'oubliez pas d'apporter votre passeport.

Don't forget to bring your passport.

In this situation, 'apporter' is used as a reminder to bring something very important - your passport.

Je vais apporter ma guitare à la fête.

English translation of Je vais apporter ma guitare à la fête.

I am going to bring my guitar to the party.

In this case, 'apporter' is used by announcing the intent of the speaker to bring a specific item, a guitar, to the party.

Apporte-moi la télécommande, s'il te plaît.

English translation of Apporte-moi la télécommande, s'il te plaît.

Bring me the remote, please.

Here, 'apporter' is used in a request to bring something to the speaker, specifically the remote control.

Nous devons apporter plus de chaises pour l'anniversaire de Julia.

English translation of Nous devons apporter plus de chaises pour l'anniversaire de Julia.

We have to bring more chairs for Julia's birthday.

In this phrase, 'apporter' is used to express the necessity of bringing more items, in this case, chairs, for a specific event, Julia's birthday.

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