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PERFECT TENSE REFLEXIVE VERBS the
with the Perfect Tense there are to think about
auxiliary verb past participle
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT reflexives are ETRE verbs
with the Perfect Tense of Reflexives there are think of it like this … yes ….. THREE
je mesuisdouché lavé habillé whatever
GOT THE IDEA? Je me suis whatever will sort you out most of the time, but you need to know how this works with subjects other than je so …
je tu il elle mesuislavé t’eslavé s’estlavé s’estlavée why the extra –e?
IMPORTANT REMINDER because the reflexives are ETRE verbs the past participle must agree with the subject (almost always!)
a different verb this time see? feminine and plural!
je me suis réveillée if you are a girl, you are FEMININE so even with je add an extra -E
THE END Mr Nielsen appears courtesy of Paramount Pictures Reflexive verbs appear courtesy of the French language © Rob Courtney King Edward VI School Southampton
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