Why is it "Elle a monté" instead of "Elle est montée"?
Dictation exercise A2
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Chris has answered your other posted query on the matter ...
I have listened several times but didn't hear monter being used, but did hear sortir.
Both of these verbs can take either avoir or être depending upon the usage with a direct object or an indirect object.
The two neighbours meet by chance as they are putting out for collection their waste bins. In the perfect, we can say " j'ai sorti les poubelles where les poubelles are the direct object therefore avoir as the auxiliary.
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