In the question "Nous ________ les cheveux.” (We brushed our hair) (HINT: Conjugate "se brosser" (to brush) in the compound past (Passé Composé)), why is “nous sommes brossé” preferred over “nous sommes brossés”?
I think that “we” is plural, so the correct response should be “brossés” with the “s”.
David - the direct object of se brosser is ‘ les cheveux ‘ and there is no agreement when the direct object does not precede the verb.
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