2 façons d’exprimer sa frustration en français | Exprimer ses émotions en français #1
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Hello everyone, it’s Pierrick. In this video I’m going to show you two ways to express your frustration in French. First, I wanted to talk to you about the expressions “ça m’énerve”, “il m’énerve” or “c’est énervant.” All the expressions which go with the verb “s’énerver”. It’s often used in French. We often use the verb “s’énerver” to express our frustration. It’s really common. You can say, for example: Ca m’énerve quand deux personnes me parlent en même temps. You can use “ça m’énerve” when you’re talking about a situation. Or you can also use “il m’énerve” or “il m’a énervé” when you’re talking about a person. Both are possible. So I really recommend you use this expression, it is widely used in French. And the second thing I wanted to talk to you about is the expressions: “ça me gonfle”, “c’est gonflant” or “il me gonfle”. They have the same structure as “ça m’énerve” but with the verb “gonfler”. It’s a casual expression. Unlike “ça m’énerve” which can be used in any situation. “Ca me gonfle” is much more familiar. I use it a lot. But in informal situations. So you can say, for example: Ca me gonfle d’avoir à payer des impôts chaque année. So it’s two expressions which are widely used in French. Personally, I use them a lot. So keep in mind that “ça me gonfle” or the verd “gonfler” is used in informal situations. Anyway, there are many more expressions, but these are the ones I use very often in my daily life. Thank you for watching this video, I hope you enjoyed it. Feel free to subscribe to my channel for more videos. You can get the audio file and subtitles of this video on my Patreon page. See you next time!

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