Introduction to the verb brader
The English translation of the French verb brader is “to sell at a low price” or “to bargain away”. It is pronounced as “brah-deh”.
The language origin of brader can be traced back to the Old French verb “braidier”, which meant “to exchange” or “to barter”. Over time, it evolved into “brader” with the meaning of “to sell at a low price”.
In everyday French, brader is most often used in Futur Simple tense to talk about future actions that involve selling something at a low price. For example:
“Je braderai mes vieux vêtements au marché.” (I will sell my old clothes at the market.)
“La compagnie bradera ses actions pour attirer de nouveaux investisseurs.” (The company will bargain away its shares to attract new investors.)
“Nous braderons notre voiture pour pouvoir acheter une plus grande.” (We will sell our car at a low price to be able to buy a bigger one.)
“I will sell my old clothes at the market.”
“The company will bargain away its shares to attract new investors.”
“We will sell our car at a low price to be able to buy a bigger one.”
Table of the Futur Simple (Simple Future) Tense Conjugation of brader
|Je braderai mes vieux livres.
|I will sell my old books off cheaply.
|Tu braderas tes vêtements.
|You will sell your clothes off cheaply.
|Il bradera son entreprise.
|He will sell his company off cheaply.
|Elle bradera ses bijoux.
|She will sell her jewelry off cheaply.
|On bradera tous nos meubles.
|We/One will sell all of our furniture off cheaply.
|Nous braderons nos billets d’avion.
|We will sell our plane tickets off cheaply.
|Vous braderez votre voiture.
|You will sell your car off cheaply.
|Ils braderont leur marchandise.
|They will sell their merchandise off cheaply.
|Elles braderont leur collection.
|They will sell their collection off cheaply.
Other Conjugations for Brader.
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Brader – About the French Futur Simple (Simple Future) Tense
Formation of Futur Simple
For regular -er verbs (e.g., parler – to speak)
For regular -ir verbs (e.g., finir – to finish)
For regular -re verbs (e.g., vendre – to sell)
Common Everyday Usage Patterns
Interactions with Other Tenses
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