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Conjugate valoir in the present tense in French (Le Présent)

The verb valoir (to be worth) is irregular in Le Présent.

Learn how to conjugate VALOIR (to be worth) in Le Présent (Indicatif) in French

je vaux
tu vaux
il / elle / on vaut
nous valons
vous valez
ils / elles valent


Listen to these examples:

J'en vaux vraiment la peine !I'm really worth it!

Tu vaux mieux que ça !You're better than this!

Ce vase Ming vaut plus que tu ne peux l'imaginer.This Ming vase is worth more than you can imagine.

Nous valons plus que ça !We're worth more than that!

Vous en valez toujours la peine !You're always worth it!

Ces informations valent leur pesant d'or !This information is worth its weight in gold!

 

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Ce vase Ming vaut plus que tu ne peux l'imaginer.This Ming vase is worth more than you can imagine.
Nous valons plus que ça !We're worth more than that!
Tu vaux mieux que ça !You're better than this!
Ces informations valent leur pesant d'or !This information is worth its weight in gold!
Rien ne vaut son chez-soi.There's no place like home. [lit. nothing's worth (as much as) one's home]
J'en vaux vraiment la peine !I'm really worth it!
Vous en valez toujours la peine !You're always worth it!
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