Sentence examples of "de" in French

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Êtes-vous fatiguée de vivre ? Are you tired of living?
Je dois changer de pneus. I have to change tires.
Elle émergea de la cuisine. She emerged from the kitchen.
Tom a de graves ennuis. Tom is in deep trouble.
Il était fou de joie. He was beside himself with joy.
Il est aimé de tous. He is liked by everybody.
Prenez la route de droite. Take the road on the right.
Que dis-tu de demain ? How about tomorrow?
Ils cessèrent enfin de travailler. At last, they ceased working.
On a manqué de courant. The power went out.
Il était absent pour cause de maladie. He was absent because of illness.
Arrêtez de vous la péter ! Stop showing off!
Beaucoup de choses dépendent du résultat. Much depends upon the result.
Deux dés classiques comptent un total de quarante-deux points. Two standard dice have a total of 42 pips.
Es-tu fatigué de vivre ? Are you tired of living?
tu veux parler de quoi what do you want to talk about
Je viens de la ville. I’m from the city.
Elle était vêtue de rouge. She was dressed in red.
Je suis submergé de travail. I am swamped with work.
On apprend de ses erreurs. We learn by trial and error.
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