I am perplexed with this particular example (repeatedly get it wrong on the tests). I believe I understand the concept, but in this instance could you explain why spelling of "ecrite"? Wouldn't the last "e" also have an accent aigu? For example (from the same lesson): J'ai rencontré les actrices que j'ai appréciées. Some examples have it, others do not. Though I've reviewed the lesson repeatedly, obviously something is going over my head!
Écrire is irregular. The past participle of « écrire » is « écrit » - all that is needed for agreement is to add 'e' for feminine, 's' for plural.
Conjugate écrire and derivatives (+avoir) in the compound past in French (Le Passé Composé)
The past participle of « rencontre » is « rencontré » - add an 'e' for feminine, an 's' for plural.
https://bescherelle.com/le-conjugueur-bescherelle - comprehensive;
or for (many) selected verbs
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