Top 100 most common French verbs

1. Être ~ to be 

2. Avoir ~ to have

3. Pouvoir ~ to be able (can)

4. Faire ~ to do; to make

5. Mettre ~ to put; to place

6. Dire ~ to say; to tell

7. Devoir ~ to have to, must, to owe

8. Prendre ~ to take; to catch; to capture

9. Donner ~ to give; to produce

10. Aller ~ to go

11. Vouloir ~ to want; to wish

12. Savoir ~ to know

13. Falloir ~ to have to

14. Voir ~ to see

15. Demander ~ to ask; to request

16. Trouver ~ to find; to discover

17. Rendre ~ to return (something); to give back

18. Venir ~ to come

19. Passer ~ to pass; to go past

20. Comprendre ~ to understand; to include; to comprehend

21. Rester ~ to stay; to remain

22. Tenir ~ to hold; to keep

23. Porter ~ to carry; to wear

24. Parler ~ to speak; to talk

25. Montrer ~ to show; to display

26. Continuer ~ to continue

27. Penser ~ to think

28. Suivre ~ to follow; to pay attention

29. Connaître ~ to know; to be acquainted with 

30. Croire ~ to believe in

31. Commencer ~ to begin; to start; to commence

32. Compter ~ to count

33. Entendre ~ to hear; to understand

34. Attendre ~ to wait; to expect

35. Remettre ~ to put back (on); to replace; to deliver

36. Appeler ~ to call; to contact

37. Permettre ~ to permit; to allow; to enable

38. Occuper ~ to occupy; to take up (space/time)

39. Devenir ~ to become, to grow (into); to turn (into)

40. Partir ~ to leave; to depart; to proceed

41. Décider ~ to decide; to persuade

42. Arriver ~ to arrive; to happen

43. Servir ~ to serve

44. Sembler ~ to seem

45. Revenir ~ to return; to come back

46. Laisser ~ to leave; to allow; to let

47. Recevoir ~ to receive; to welcome

48. Répondre ~ to reply; to answer

49. Vivre ~ to live

50. Rappeler ~ to call back; to remind

51. Présenter ~ to present; to introduce

52. Accepter ~ to accept

53. Agir ~ to act

54. Poser ~ to put down; to pose; to lay (something) down

55. Jouer ~ to play; to act; to gamble

56. Reconnaître ~ to recognize; to acknowledge 

57. Choisir ~ to choose; to select

58. Toucher ~ to touch; to feel; to affect

59. Aimer ~ to like; to love

60. Retrouver ~ to find; to regain; to meet up

61. Perdre ~ to lose; to waste

62. Expliquer ~ to explain; to account for

63. Considérer ~ to consider; to study

64. Ouvrir ~ to open (up)

65. Gagner ~ to win; to earn; to gain

66. Exister ~ to exist

67. Refuser ~ to refuse

68. Lire ~ to read

69. Réussir ~ to succeed

70. Changer ~ to change; to alter

71. travailler ~ to work

72. Représenter ~ to represent; to depict; to portray

73. Assurer ~ to secure; to assure; to insure

74. Essayer ~ to try; to attempt

75. Empêcher ~ to prevent; to stop

76. Sortir ~ to go out; to leave; to exit; to come out

77. Reprendre ~ to resume; to recover; to take back

78. Mener ~ to lead; to conduct

79. Appartenir ~ to belong ~ to concern

80. Risquer ~ to risk

81. Concerner ~ to concern; to affect

82. Apprendre ~ to learn; to teach; to hear of 

83. Rencontrer ~ to meet; to encounter

84. Créer ~ to create; to build

85. Obtenir ~ to obtain; to get

86. Chercher ~ to look for; to seek

87. Entrer ~ to enter; to go in

88. Proposer ~ to suggest; to propose; to offer

89. Apporter ~ to bring; to cause

90. Utiliser ~ to use; to employ

91. Atteindre ~ to reach; to attain; to achieve

92. Tenter ~ to tempt

93. Importer ~ to import; to matter

94. Ajouter ~ to add

95. Produire ~ to produce

96. Préparer ~ to prepare (something); to make

97. Relever ~ to raise; to stand up; to pick up

98. Écrire ~ to write

99. Défendre ~ to defend; to stand up for; to forbid

100. Tirer ~ to pull; to draw (curtains, sword, etc); to fire (gun); to print

25 adjectifs descriptifs en Français!

1. Avare- greedy

2. Laid- ugly

3. Sympa- nice

4. Travailleur- hardworking

5. Faible- weak

6. Lourde- heavy

7. Assuré- confident

8. Naïf- naïve

9. Inquiet- worried

10. Grave- solemn; serious

11. Lâche- cowardly

12. Raffiné- sophisticated

13. Malin- cunning; sly

14. Ouvert- outgoing

15. Taquin- playful

16. Désagréable- unpleasant

17. Amical- friendly

18. Sage- well behaved

19. Ambitieux- ambitious

20. Chanceux- lucky

21. Sain- healthy

22. Bronzé- tan

23. Désorienté- confused

24. Libre- free; liberated

25. Humain- humane

the beauty of the French Canadian language

In Quebec, when you love someone, you declare your love with “osti de criss de tabarnak”, which roughly translates to “the only arms that hold me”. and you’d respond to that with “osti de câlisse de viarge”, which means “these arms will only hold you”, and I think that’s beautiful. Quebecois french is more beautiful than parisian french, and this proves it.