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Le Passé Composé With Avoir

Le Passé Composé With Avoir



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Published by Justine Connolly

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Published by: Justine Connolly on Nov 20, 2008
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Le passé composéThe perfect tense
Eg:J’ai mangé une pizzaI have eaten/ate a pizza
Le passé composé
Le passé composé or the perfect tense is apast tense something we have done or something that has happened. There is morethan one type of past tense but we use thisone to describe something that happened on aparticular occasion in the past.
In English we can talk about the past using theverb “to have” and a past participle. For example “He has eaten all the biscuits.” Wecan also say “ He ate all the biscuits.”
How to form the perfect tense (1)
The perfect tense in French is formedusing the present tense of avoir (tohave) and a past participle.
Il a mangé
tous les petits gâteaux.
Il a mangé = He ate/He has eaten
Jai joué = I played/I have played

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