Verbes pronominaux idiomatiques

Verbes pronominaux idiomatiques

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s’agir
to be about, etc.
s’en aller

to go away 

* agreement with subject

s’amuser

to have fun

* agreement with subject

s’apercevoir de qqch

to realize sth

* agreement with subject

s’attendre a qqch

to expect sth

* agreement with subject

se battre

to fight 

* agreement with subject

s’y connaitre
to be an expert
se demander
to wonder
se disputer

to quarrel, to have a fight with sb 

*agreement with subject

se douter de qqch

to suspect sth

* agreement with subjects

s’ennuyer

to be bored

* agreement with subject

s’entendre avec qqn

to get along with sb

* agreement with subject

se faire mal, etc.
to hurt oneself
se faire aider, licencier, etc.
to get help, to get fired, etc.
s’en faire
to worry
se faire a qqch/s’y faire

to get used to sth

* agreement with subject

se mettre a + infinitif

to start to do sth

* agreement with subject

s’occuper de qqn/qqch

to take care of sb/sth 

* agreement with subject

se passer

to take place 

* agree with subject

se passer de qqch

to do without sth

*agree with subject

se plaindre de qqch/qqn

to compain of sth/sb

*agree with subject

se plaire
to like each other
se plaire a Paris
to enjoy Paris, to have fun in Paris

se plaire a faire qqch

 

to amuse oneself, to delight (in doing sth, etc.)
s’y prendre

to manage, to go about a certain way to do sth

*agree with subject

se rappeler qqch

to remember

*agree with subject

se rendre quelque part

to go somewhere 

*agree with subject

se rendre compte de qqch
to realize sth
se saisir de qqch

to grab hold of/to take up sth 

*agree with subject

se servir de qqch

to use sth

*agree with subject

se tromper 

 

to make a mistake 

*agree with subject

se trouver

 

to be in a certain place

*agree with subject

s’en vouloir

to be angry at oneself or each other 

On dit: en vouloir a qqn