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“Beaucoup, Très or Trop”
Difficulty Level 2

The proper use of “beaucoup” (much), “très” (very), and “trop” (too much) in the French language can sometimes be confusing. These three words, essential for expressing intensity or quantity, are frequently used in daily communication. In this exercise, we will explore the nuances between “beaucoup”, which indicates a large quantity, “très”, used to reinforce an adjective or an adverb, and “trop”, which expresses an excess. This exercise is designed to clarify their correct use in different contexts.

Word Meaning Usage
Beaucoup Means “a lot” in English. Used to indicate a large quantity or a high degree. – There are beaucoup of people here.
– I like this book beaucoup.
Très Means “very” in English. Used to intensify an adjective or an adverb. – It’s très hot today.
– She is très kind.
Trop Means “too” in English. Used to indicate an excessive amount or degree. – He eats trop many candies.
– It’s trop expensive.
  1. Il a mangé de bonbons.

  2. Ce film est intéressant.

  3. Elle a d'amis à l'école.

  4. Il fait chaud aujourd'hui.

  5. Ils ont travaillé cette semaine.

  6. Cette leçon est facile pour moi.

  7. Ce gâteau est sucré pour moi.

  8. Elle parle vite pour être comprise.

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