The test I have just completed had 'on est passés' - but why the 's'? Surely 'on' is masculine and so there would is no need?
On --> somebody or someone
So depending upon the context "On est passés" could refer to two or more subjects, hence "On est passés".
How to use the subject pronoun "on" in French
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