Regarder: Definition & Conjugation


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What's the verb 'to look at' in French?

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1. How do you tell Rachel in French that you're watching television?

2. You call your friend on the phone and ask, Tu regardes le match de football? What did you ask?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Assess what you know about using the French verb 'regarder' properly with this quiz and worksheet combo. This resource addresses what you know about its meaning and how to use it in translating sentences to French.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet evaluates what you know about:

  • The verb that means 'to look at' in French
  • How to tell someone you are watching television
  • Translating French sentences to English
  • Conjugating 'regarder'

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - see if you remember the verb that means 'to look at'
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge of common French vocabulary to translate sentences into French in order to answer questions
  • Interpreting information - verify that you read and are able to correctly interpret how to choose the correct translation from the choices offered

Additional Learning

If you would like to examine this topic in more detail, you can look in the provided lesson, Regarder: Definition & Conjugation. This lesson offers a deeper discussion about:

  • Ways to use 'regarder'
  • How to conjugate the verb in the present tense
  • The English word that can be left out when translating to French
  • Pronunciation of the conjugated forms
  • Examples of use