Passe compose - Pass Compos The auxilary The Pass Compos is...

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Passé Composé The auxilary The Passé Composé is made up of two main elements: the present tense of the auxiliary verb and the past participle. The auxiliary will most commonly be avoir , but occasionally it may also be être . Ex. Elle a regard é la télé. Ex. Je suis sort i(e) avec mes amis. Verbs with être Aller Sortir Partir Rentrer Retourner Arriver Entrer Rester Monter Descendre Tomber Passer Naître Mourir Venir Revenir
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Most other verbs will be conjugated with avoir . If the verb uses the auxiliary of être than the past participle has to agree in gender and number to the subject. Ex . Elle est sorti e avec ses amis. Elles sont allé es au restaurant. The Past Participle (Regular Verbs) You create the past participle by replacing the end of the infinitive with a new one. Regular verbs that end in –er will lose that ending and use –é instead. Ex. Parler parlé Verbs that have the –ir ending will drop the r . Ex.
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2011 for the course FR 506 taught by Professor Hythecker during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas.

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Passe compose - Pass Compos The auxilary The Pass Compos is...

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