I just read the lesson after posting my question about including un before boulanger.

Bibian

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10 November 2018

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I just read the lesson after posting my question about including un before boulanger.

It still feels so naked without the un. In direct translation to English it would mean "Anthony is become baker" to mean Anthony became (a) baker

This relates to:
Agreeing past participle with subject's gender and number with (+ être) verbs in Le Passé Composé -

Cécile

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13 November 2018

13/11/18

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