Introduction to the verb farandoler
The English translation of the French verb farandoler is “to dance and have fun”. It is pronounced as “fa-ran-do-lay”.
Farandoler comes from the French word “farandole”, which is a lively dance performed in a circle. It is most often used in everyday French in the Plus-que-parfait tense, which is the past perfect tense. This tense indicates an action that took place in the past before another action also in the past.
- J’avais farandolé toute la nuit avec mes amis. (I had danced and had fun all night with my friends.)
- Les enfants avaient farandolé dans le jardin avant le dîner. (The children had danced and had fun in the garden before dinner.)
- Nous avions farandolé au bord de la mer pendant nos vacances. (We had danced and had fun by the seaside during our vacation.)
Table of the Plus-que-parfait (Pluperfect) Tense Conjugation of farandoler
|J’avais farandolé toute la nuit.
|I had been dancing all night.
|tu avais farandolé
|Tu avais farandolé avec tes amis.
|You had been dancing with your friends.
|il avait farandolé
|Il avait farandolé sur la plage.
|He had been dancing on the beach.
|elle avait farandolé
|Elle avait farandolé dans le parc.
|She had been dancing in the park.
|on avait farandolé
|On avait farandolé dans la rue.
|One had been dancing in the street.
|nous avions farandolé
|Nous avions farandolé à la fête.
|We had been dancing at the party.
|vous aviez farandolé
|Vous aviez farandolé au bal.
|You had been dancing at the ball.
|ils avaient farandolé
|Ils avaient farandolé toute la soirée.
|They had been dancing all evening.
|elles avaient farandolé
|Elles avaient farandolé sous les étoiles.
|They had been dancing under the stars.
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Farandoler – About the French Plus-que-parfait (Pluperfect) Tense
Common everyday usage patterns
Sequencing of past events
Hypothetical or reported speech
Interactions with other tenses
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