Sentence examples of "lit" in French with translation "bed"

Il se mit au lit. He went to bed.
Tu devrais aller au lit. You should go to bed.
Le garçon tomba du lit. The boy fell off the bed.
Puis-je aller au lit ? May I go to bed?
Il a sauté du lit. He jumped out of bed.
La bonne garde le lit. The maid is confined to her bed.
Dois-je rester au lit ? Must I stay in bed?
Il devait rester au lit. He had to stay in bed.
Sont-ils toujours au lit ? Are they still in bed?
Ce lit est trop dur. This bed is too hard to sleep in.
Tu préfères aller au lit. You prefer to go to bed.
Tu devrais rester au lit. You should stay in bed.
Il est encore au lit. He is still in bed.
Elle est au lit, enrhumée. She is in bed with a cold.
Quel lit veux-tu utiliser ? Which bed do you want to use?
Je dois aller au lit. I have to go to bed.
Vous devriez aller au lit. You should go to bed.
Père est encore au lit. Father is still in bed.
Je déteste faire mon lit. I hate to make the bed.
Je devrais aller au lit. I should go to bed.
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