Conjugate reflexive verb s'amuser in Le Présent (present tense)

In Le Présent tense, the 'se' part of a reflexive verb changes according to the je/tu/il/nous/vous/ils part 

Note: when the verb begins with a vowel or a silent 'h'me/te/se become m'/t'/s'

S'AMUSER (to have fun)

je m'amuse I have fun
tu t'amuses you have fun (singular-familiar form)
il/elle/on s'amuse he/she/we/one/people have fun
   
nous nous amusons we have fun
vous vous amusez you have fun (plural/formal)
ils/elles s'amusent They have fun

 In grammar jargon: the reflexive pronoun in a reflexive verb agrees with the subject.

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Examples and resources

Ils s'amusent avec leurs jouets.
They have fun with their toys.


Nous nous amusons au parc.
We are having fun at the park.


Je m'amuse beaucoup avec toi.
I have a lot of fun with you.



Tu t'amuses?
Are you having fun?


Q&A

Rana

Kwiziq community member

22 April 2019

2 replies

il s'amuse beaucoup avec soi

Rana

Kwiziq community member

22 April 2019

22/04/19

il s'amuse beaucoup avec soiwhat does it mean?

he have fun because of herhe make himself fun because of her

or what ? I feel confuse. 

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

23 April 2019

23/04/19

Hi Rana,

Can't find this anywhere and it doesn't make any sense. Can you point me to where you saw it?

Judy

Kwiziq community member

23 October 2016

4 replies

How do I say ' I enjoyed myself very much'.

yellamaraju

Kwiziq community member

23 October 2016

23/10/16

I think it can be said in conversational past tense : .

yellamaraju

Kwiziq community member

23 October 2016

23/10/16

je me suis amusé beaucoup

Dorne

Kwiziq community member

4 October 2017

4/10/17

C'était très amusant. j'ai aimé ça. Can't find a verb for 'enjoy' so the verb 'amuser' seems to be the best option.

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

26 December 2018

26/12/18

Je me suis bien amusé (e)

Clever stuff underway!