Comme une Française: Sortir vs Partir: How to say you’re leaving in French

Sortir and Partir are two irregular French verbs with very similar meanings — but we don’t always use them in the same way! Both verbs can be loosely translated to “I’m leaving” in French. But what does each verb really mean, and how can we use them more fluently in French conversation? Let’s learn.

Take care and stay safe. 😘 from Grenoble, France. Géraldine

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