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2 In most instances, the auxiliary verb is avoir, but some verbs require être as the auxiliary. text used from

3 Note that many verbs, however, have irregular past participles. The past participles of many common irregular verbs which have avoir as an auxiliary are listed on the chart in this link. passé composé with avoir (Use this website for extra practice!) text used from

4 EXAMPLE J _________ à Marc au téléphone hier. (parler) Example used from ai parlé

5 EXAMPLE Nous _____________ n'est-ce pas, Tex? (mincir) Example used from avons minci

6 EXAMPLE Tex _________ visite à Paw-Paw. (rendre) Example used from a rendu

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9 D escendre R ester M onter R evenir S ortir P asser V enir A rriver N aître D evenir E ntrer R etourner T omber R entrer A ller M ourir P artir

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12 If the subject is PLURAL and MASCULINE… ADD –S! Ils _________. (SORTIR) sont sortiS

13 If the subject is PLURAL and FEMININE… ADD –ES! Nadia et Lydia _________. (SORTIR) sont sortiES

14 If the subject is only FEMININE… ADD –E! Jacqueline _________. (SORTIR) est sortiE


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