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It says in a textbook on this website (personactivelearn) that when you are using the auxiliary of ‘avoir’ in a past tense sentence that the past participle doesn’t change to agree with the subject…. par exemple:
Tu as fait
Il/Elle/On a fait
Is this just the rule for the verb ‘faire’ or is it true that the past participle doesn’t change when the auxiliary verb is avoir??
Because i seem to think that ‘manger’ would be:
Elle a mangée or
Ils ont mangés
Let me know if im wrong. Sorry about massive text^^
Demandé par: Benjamin Cutting
Generally the past participle does not change with the auxiliary avoir, except for the case it is placed before the verb and there is a
Complement d'objet direct-COD in the sentence. In this case the participle will inherit from the COD.
Le singe a volé une
pomme. The participle does not change. Pomme is the COD.
La pomme que le singe a volée est rouge. The participle changes.
Les pommes que le singe a volées sont rouges. Changes too.