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se passer verb Conjugation
take place (avoir lieu)
Le roman se passe dans l'Angleterre victorienne.
The novel takes place in Victorian England.
happen [ˈhæpən]
Que vient-il de se passer ?
What just happened?
go [ɡəu]
Tout va bien se passer.
Everything's going to be OK.
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Phrases (2)

  1. que peut-il se passer - what can happen
  2. que va-t-il se passer ensuite - what can happen later


Tout va bien se passer. Everything's going to be OK.
Que vient-il de se passer ? What just happened?
Il ne peut se passer de bandes dessinées. He can't do without comics.
Es-tu sûr que tout va bien se passer? Are we sure that everything will go fine?
Il sentait que quelque chose allait se passer. He felt that something was about to happen.

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