Remember the following rules when using être as a helping verb in the passÃ&copy

Remember the following rules when using être as a helping verb in the passÃ&copy

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Remember the following rules when using  être  as a helping verb in the  passé composé:   Vous  can be a singular or plural subject for both masculine and feminine  subjects  Singular Plural Vous êtes entré . (You entered.) Vous êtes entrés . (You entered.) Vous êtes entrée . (You entered.) Vous êtes entrées . (You entered.) For a mixed group, always use the masculine form Roger et Bernard sont revenus . (Roger and Bernard came back.)  Louise et Mireille sont revenues . (Louise and Mireille came back.)  Roger et Louise sont revenus . (Roger and Louise came back.)  If the masculine past participle ends in an unpronounced consonant,  pronounce the consonant for the feminine singular and plural forms:   Il est mort . (He died.) 
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Remember the following rules when using être as a helping verb in the passÃ&copy

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