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rendre visite à quelqu’un = to pay a visit to someone. Literally, to render a visit to someone.
A quiz to tell you if you master the expression
If you know an expression well enough, you won’t have to catch every word before knowing what was said. And that is good, because we rarely run into a speaker who speaks every word slowly and clearly. This quiz tells you if you have that level of mastery.
Rendre visite à quelqu’un : French to French drill – replace “à quelqu’un” with indirect object
Introduction to the expression
If you don’t yet master the expression, these will help you get started.
How the French say, “to pay someone a visit”
How the French say, “to pay her/him/them a visit”
Use the expression 1
Use the expression 2
Remplacer à quelqu’un par le COI – English to French