The French sentence "Je veux un été infini"

Get ready to discover all the things you need to know about the basic French phrase “Je veux un été infini”.

This include a full definition of what it is and how to use it in a dialogue with an audio example. Not to mention the useful informations we added like dialogue example, synonym, slow pronunciation audio and more!

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English translation

How to pronounce it

Slow pronunciation

Normal pronunciation

What does it mean exactly?


It literally means:

  • Je → I
  • Veux → Want
  • Un été → A summer
  • Infini → Endless / Infinite

When the spring is over and summer finally shows up, Paris turns into a whole new city and you can see how people are happy with this weather. 

In such kind of moment “Je veux un été infini” (I want an infinite summer) is typically the kind of thing you want to say. Because you don’t want this pleasant atmosphere to disappear…

How to use it

Use this sentence to share with your relatives and friends how you feel about this wonderful weather and how happy it makes you feel. Simply say: “Je veux un été infini !” and most of the time people will answer: “Moi aussi !” (Me too!).


  • Je veux un été sans fin. (“I want an endless summer“)
  • Je veux que l’été ne s’arrête jamais. (“I want the summer to never stop“)
  • Je veux que le soleil jamais ne se couche. (“I want the sun to never disappear“)

Audio dialogue example

Audio dialogue by French natives

Dialogue audio

Dialogue text

” L’été est pratiquement terminé… “
” Summer is almost over “
” Oh non ! Je veux un été infini ! “
” Oh no! I want an endless summer! “
C’est vrai que ça serait bien ! “
” That’s true it would be great! “
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