Conjugate valoir in Le Présent (present tense)

The verb valoir (to be worth) is irregular in Le Présent

VALOIR
je vaux
tu vaux
il / elle / on vaut
nous valons
vous valez
ils / elles valent


Listen to these examples:

J'en vaux vraiment la peine !
I'm really worth it!

Tu vaux mieux que ça !
You're better than this!

Ce vase Ming vaut plus que tu ne peux l'imaginer.
This Ming vase is worth more than you can imagine.

Nous valons plus que ça !
We're worth more than that!

Vous ne valez plus rien !
You're not worth anything anymore!

Ces informations valent leur pesant d'or !
This information is worth its weight in gold!

 

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Nous valons plus que ça !
We're worth more than that!


Ce vase Ming vaut plus que tu ne peux l'imaginer.
This Ming vase is worth more than you can imagine.


Ces informations valent leur pesant d'or !
This information is worth its weight in gold!


J'en vaux vraiment la peine !
I'm really worth it!


Tu vaux mieux que ça !
You're better than this!


Vous ne valez plus rien !
You're not worth anything anymore!


Q&A Forum 2 questions, 3 answers

Ce vase Ming vaut plus que tu ne peux l'imaginer.

Ce vase Ming vaut plus que tu ne peux l'imaginer. This Ming vase is worth more than you can imagine. What is the purpose of "ne" here? The sentence doesn't seem to indicate any negative tense.
Asked 2 years ago
RonC1Correct answer
Bonjour Harris,

The lesson that you are working on is a level B1, the «ne explétif is covered in level C1 and is seen primarily with le subjonctif verb conjugations.

Here is the lesson if you are interested:
Understanding the 'ne' explétif%252Fsearch%253Fs%253Dne">Understanding the 'ne' explétif

That being said, if you are studying at B1, I wouldn't concern myself at this point with C1 lessons other than to familiarize with the «ne explétif» because you will probably run across this again several times before beginning the C1 level, primarily in examples.

J'espère que ma réponse vous aidera.
Bonne chance et bonne continuation dans vos études en français, la langue de Molière.

Ce vase Ming vaut plus que tu ne peux l'imaginer.

Ce vase Ming vaut plus que tu ne peux l'imaginer. This Ming vase is worth more than you can imagine. What is the purpose of "ne" here? The sentence doesn't seem to indicate any negative tense.

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La questionne a besoin de plus d'explication.

Asked 2 years ago
RonC1
Bonjour Donald, Would you be so kind as to be more precise about which question you are referring to in your query? à bientôt, j'espère
I'm sorry I was using the wrong format. I need to refer to the exact question.

La questionne a besoin de plus d'explication.

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