Is passé composé masculine or feminine?
Note that when être is used as the auxiliary in compound tenses such as Le Passé Composé, the past participle must always agree in gender and number with the subject of the verb. Note that when the group includes men AND women, you will always use the masculine-plural ending -s.
How do you make passé composé feminine?
Verbs using être as a helping verb to form their passé composé agree in gender and number with the subject.
- Je suis arrivé(e) => you add a e if the subject if female.
- Ils sont arrivé(s) (you add a “s” is the subject is plural).
- Elles sont arrivé(es) ( you add a e plus a s if the subject is plural and female.)
Does passé composé with avoir have to agree with gender and number?
So now here is the passé composé with avoir agreement rule: With avoir, the past participle (the main verb) will agree in gender and number with the direct object, only if the direct object is placed before the verb.
How do you use avoir in passé composé?
To form the passé composé of verbs using avoir, conjugate avoir in the present tense (j’ai, tu as, il a, nous avons, vous avez, ils ont) and add the past participle of the verb expressing the action. Put the words together this way: subject + helping verb (usually avoir) + past participle.
How do you do passé composé with avoir?
Do past participles change gender?
If the past participle is being used as an adjective (like this sentence: la semana pasada) than the ending does change based on gender. If it is being used in a verb phrase (saying ha viajado), then it ends in -o.
What is the passé composé of avoir?
What is past tense of avoir?
Common irregular past participles used with avoir for the perfect tense
What is passé composé for avoir?
How do I conjugate avoir in French?
Let’s conjugate AVOIR
- I have = J’ai. I have two dogs = J’ai deux chiens.
- You have = Tu as (casual) You have a big problem = Tu as un gros problème.
- She has = Elle a.
- He has = Il a.
- We have = on a.
- We have = nous avons.
- You have = vous avez (formal or you all)
- They have = Elles ont (for an exclusively feminine group)
Do verbs in French have a gender?
When you study French, remember that when using compound verbs – that is, verb tenses using an auxiliary verb – the rule is that the participle has to agree in gender and number ONLY if the auxiliary verb is “être” (to be). Thus, a conjugation of French verbs using “avoir” would be: J’ais cassé le vase.
How do you conjugate avoir in the past tense?
The imperfect tense is a commonly used past tense, in this case being used to say that someone had something….Avoir French Conjugation Imperfect Tense.