Maybe it's just on my end but the "avoir" example has "eu" and "pris" examples under it.
I have no idea what you are talking about. The lesson is on future perfect tense with irregular verbs. It is constructed by putting "avoir" in future simple tense (in the proper person, of course) and adding the past participle of the main verb.
What I don't get about this lesson, though, is why it is necessary at all. The future perfect tense of irregular verbs is constructed just the same as with any other verb: auxiliary verb in future simple + past participle. Unless this lesson is about how to form the past participle of irregular verbs, I fail to see its point.
At the top left of the lesson, there is a "report" button -- best use that facility to report this problem.
I can see what you are saying about verbs appearing in the wrong place. This has now been amended.
@Chris, this particular lesson allows us to offer more test questions to users in order to test their knowldege of irregular past participles with Le Futur Antérieur, on top of the lesson about regular past participles in Le Futur Antérieur.
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
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