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Some French verbs appear to work in reverse, from a native English speaker’s point of view. Let’s take plaire as an example.

Ce film me plaît.
I like this film.

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Some French verbs appear to work in reverse, from a native English speaker’s point of view. Let’s take plaire as an example.

Le spectacle leur a plu.
They liked the show.

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Some French verbs appear to work in reverse, from a native English speaker’s point of view. Let’s take plaire as an example.

Ce genre de musique ne nous plaît guère.
We are not really keen on this kind of music.

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Some French verbs appear to work in reverse, from a native English speaker’s point of view. Let’s take plaire as an example.

Ton nouveau travail te plaît?
You like your new job?

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Another verb, manquer, sometimes follows the same pattern.

Tu me manques.
I miss you. (literally, You are missing to me.)

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Another verb, manquer, sometimes follows the same pattern.

Paris leur manque.
They miss Paris.

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Translate the following sentences into French, using the verb manquer or plaire. For questions, use the est-ce que form.  

1. We miss them. ___________

Ils nous manquent.

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Translate the following sentences into French, using the verb manquer or plaire. For questions, use the est-ce que form.  

2. Did you (tu) like her new book? ___________

Est-ce que son nouveau livre t'a plu?

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Translate the following sentences into French, using the verb manquer or plaire. For questions, use the est-ce que form.  

3. I miss her.

Elle me manque.

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Translate the following sentences into French, using the verb manquer or plaire. For questions, use the est-ce que form.  

4. We missed you (tu) last night.

Tu nous a manqué hier soir.

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Translate the following sentences into French, using the verb manquer or plaire. For questions, use the est-ce que form.  

5. I did not like the play.

La pièce ne m'a pas plu.

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Translate the following sentences into French, using the verb manquer or plaire. For questions, use the est-ce que form.  

6. I am sure she will like this Italian film.

Je suis sûre que ce film italien lui plaira.

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Translate the following sentences into French, using the verb manquer or plaire. For questions, use the est-ce que form.  

7. I miss his smile.

Son sourire me manque.

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Translate the following sentences into French, using the verb manquer or plaire. For questions, use the est-ce que form.  

8. Do you (tu) like him?

Est-ce qu'il te plait?

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Translate the following sentences into French, using the verb manquer or plaire. For questions, use the est-ce que form.  

9. Do you (tu) like his new leather jacket?

Est-ce que son nouveau blouson en cuir te plait?

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Translate the following sentences into French, using the verb manquer or plaire. For questions, use the est-ce que form.  

10. She misses his sense of humor.

Son sens de l'humour lui manque.

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