Unlock the Secrets of French Verbs: Passé Composé

How can you express past events in French using Passé Composé?

Choose the correct form for the following sentences:

  1. Je suis chez moi
  2. II Met le livre dans le sac
  3. What is the past participle for: boire?
  4. What is the past participle for: voir?
  5. Answer the question in correct French: Est-ce que tu as fini les devoirs?


1. B. J'ai été chez moi 2. C. Il a mis le livre dans son sac 3. D. bu 4. A. vu 6. A. Oui, j'ai fini les devoirs

The correct form in "passé composé" of the verbs and sentences is:

1. J'ai été chez moi. (Translation: I have been home) 2. Il a mis le livre dans son sac. (Translation: He has put the book in his bag) 3. bu (Translation: drunk) 4. vu (Translation: Seen) 6. Oui, j'ai fini les devoirs (Translation: Yes, I have finished the homework)

Passé Composé is a verb tense in French that is equivalent to the perfect tense in English. It is used to talk about past events that have occurred with visible consequences in the present.

When using Passé Composé, it is important to conjugate the verb "être" or "avoir" correctly, followed by the past participle of the main verb. Make sure to pay attention to the conjugation of the auxiliary verb to form the correct Passé Composé.

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