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encore

English translation of encore

still

The French word 'encore' translates to 'still' in English. It is mostly used to indicate that a particular action or state continues to happen or be, usually in conjunction with another verb. For example, 'Je t'aime encore,' translates to 'I still love you.' However, 'encore' can also mean 'again' or 'another' in different contexts.


Example sentences using: encore

J'ai encore beaucoup à apprendre.

English translation of J'ai encore beaucoup à apprendre.

I still have a lot to learn.

In this sentence, 'encore' is used to express that something is still in progress or needs to continue. The speaker indicates that their learning process is not finished.

Elle m'a encore oublié.

English translation of Elle m'a encore oublié.

She forgot me again.

In this example, 'encore' is used to indicate repetition. The speaker is expressing that they have been forgotten by her multiple times, not just once.

Nous avons encore du temps.

English translation of Nous avons encore du temps.

We still have time.

In this context, 'encore' is used to show that something continues to happen or remain true. Therefore, it emphasizes there is still remaining time yet.

Il fait encore de bruit.

English translation of Il fait encore de bruit.

He's still making noise.

Here, the word 'encore' is used to denote an action that is still happening or being done. The statement tricks that someone is continuing making noise.

Fais-tu encore tes devoirs?

English translation of Fais-tu encore tes devoirs?

Are you still doing your homework?

In this question, 'encore' is used to express the continuity of a particular action: in this case, doing homework.

Voulez-vous encore du thé?

English translation of Voulez-vous encore du thé?

Would you like more tea?

In this case, 'encore' is used to suggest an additional or a repeated action, providing the sense of wanting or having 'more' of something.

Encore une fois, elle l'a fait.

English translation of Encore une fois, elle l'a fait.

Once again, she did it.

'Encore une fois' is a commonly used phrase that translates to 'once again'. In this context, it indicates repetition of a past action.

J'attends encore ma commande.

English translation of J'attends encore ma commande.

I'm still waiting for my order.

This sentence uses 'encore' to express that the speaker is still in the process of waiting, illustrating the continuance of the action.

Elle aime encore son ex.

English translation of Elle aime encore son ex.

She still loves her ex.

Here, 'encore' is used to denote that the feeling of love is continuing into the present, despite the circumstance that they are no longer together.

Je suis encore à l'école.

English translation of Je suis encore à l'école.

I'm still at school.

In this sentence, 'encore' is used to show that a situation is still ongoing, in this case, being at school.

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