The irregular Catalan verb fer means 'to do', 'to make' or 'to play'.
It has a wide range of uses, from talking about the weather, to taking pictures and practicing sport. See below for examples.
|I was doing||feia|
|You were doing||feies|
|He was doing||feia|
|We were doing||feiem|
|You were doing||feieu|
|They were doing||feien|
Examples showing some of the (many) uses of fer. Catalan speakers 'make' sport, pictures and the weather.
|Do you practice sport?||Fas esport?|
|Why are you late?||Per què fas tard?|
|What is the weather like?||Quin temps fa?|
|What do you do?||Què fas?|
|She is happy because it is sunny||Ella està feliç perquè fa sol|
|She played Cinderella||Faig de Ventafocs|
|I'm a taxi driver||Faig de taxista|
|You are a taxi driver||Fas de taxista|
|It's good weather||Fa bon temps|