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Point de départ In order to talk about events in the past, French uses two principal tenses: the passé composé and the imperfect. In this lesson, you will learn how to form the passé composé, which is used to express actions or states completed in the past. You will learn about the imperfect in Leçon 15. © and ® 2007 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
For most verbs, the passé composé is formed with a present-tense form of avoir (the auxiliary verb) followed by the past participle of the verb expressing the action. © and ® 2007 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
The past participle of a regular -er verb is formed by replacing the -er ending of the infinitive with -é. © and ® 2007 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
Most regular -er verbs are conjugated in the passé composé as shown below for the verb parler.© and ® 2007 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
To make a verb negative in the passé composé, place ne/n’ and pas around the conjugated form of avoir. To ask questions using inversion in the passé composé, invert the subject pronoun and the conjugated form of avoir. Note that this does not apply to other types of question formation. © and ® 2007 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
The adverbs hier (yesterday) and avant-hier (the day before yesterday) are used often with the passé composé. Place the adverbs déjà, encore, bien, mal, and beaucoup between the auxiliary verb or pas and the past participle. © and ® 2007 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
The past participles of spelling-change -er verbs have no spelling changes.© and ® 2007 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
The past participle of most -ir verbs is formed by replacing the -ir ending with -i.© and ® 2007 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
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The passé composé of il faut is il a fallu; that of il y a is il y a eu.© and ® 2007 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
Essayez! Indiquez les formes du passé composé des verbes.ai commencé, ai payé, ai bavardé 1. j’ ________________________ (commencer, payer, bavarder) 2. tu ________________________ (servir, comprendre, donner) 3. on ________________________ (parler, avoir, dormir) 4. nous ________________________ (adorer, faire, amener) 5. vous ________________________ (prendre, employer, courir) 6. elles ________________________ (espérer, boire, apprendre) © and ® 2007 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
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