In your example: "Tu étais encore avec Stéphane la dernière fois que je t'ai vue." isn't the past participle of voir 'vu'? If so, the sentence should

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Theresa-Marie

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14 May 2018

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In your example: "Tu étais encore avec Stéphane la dernière fois que je t'ai vue." isn't the past participle of voir 'vu'? If so, the sentence should

This question relates to:
French lesson "Dernier = final / previous (adjectives that change meaning according to position)"

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

16 May 2018

16/05/18

Hi Theresa- Marie,

As we don't know who the t' refers to it could be either.

Should probably say 'vu(e)'. Will let Aurélie know...

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

16 May 2018

16/05/18

Bonjour Theresa-Marie !

Yes indeed, "vue" implies that the person addressed here (tu) is a woman.

Have a look at our related lesson on agreement with "avoir":

https://progress.lawlessfrench.com/revision/grammar/special-cases-when-the-past-participle-agrees-in-number-and-gender-when-used-with-avoir-in-le-passe-compose-conversational-past

Bonne journée !

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