surely fatiqué is conjugated with avoir and not être. Yet the answer to the question I have posted below uses soyez and not avoir

JimC1

surely fatiqué is conjugated with avoir and not être. Yet the answer to the question I have posted below uses soyez and not avoir

2Je vais vous ramener chez vous avant select ...que vous n'êtesque vous ne soyezvous êtesvous soyezselect ... trop fatigués. (I'm going to bring you home before you're too tired.)
Asked 1 year ago
GruffKwiziq language super star

Hi Jim, I think you might be confusing the rules for avoir/être as an auxiliary in compound tenses like le passé composéfatigué isn't a verb so it's not a question of conjugation, it's an adjective:

Je suis fatigué. 
Vous êtes 
fatigués.
Vous soyez 
fatigués.

Make sense?

surely fatiqué is conjugated with avoir and not être. Yet the answer to the question I have posted below uses soyez and not avoir

2Je vais vous ramener chez vous avant select ...que vous n'êtesque vous ne soyezvous êtesvous soyezselect ... trop fatigués. (I'm going to bring you home before you're too tired.)

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