me lève

Saptarshi

Kwiziq community member

15 April 2017

2 replies

me lève

I think "je me lève" should be translated as both "i wake up" and "i get up". Why do you consider "i wake up" as wrong answer?

This relates to:
Conjugate reflexive verb se lever in Le Présent (present tense) -

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

18 April 2017

18/04/17

Bonjour Saptarshi ! Simply because "to wake up" is expressed with another verb in French = "se réveiller". "Je me réveille à sept heures, je lis un peu, et je me lève à sept heures et quart." (I wake up at seven, I read a bit, and I get up at quarter past seven.) I hope that's helpful! À bientôt !

Saptarshi

Kwiziq community member

19 April 2017

19/04/17

Merci Aurélie pour votre réponse!

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