Hi, the line “that her grandmother sent her” translates to “que sa grand-mère lui a envoyée” in the exercise, but should this be “que sa grand-mère lui a envoyé”. I.e. Should “envoyé” not pick up the extra feminine “e” because there is no COD before the verb, there is only a COI before the verb.
Freeform Writing Exercise B2
Just to add to what Jim said, there was a hint saying -
so 'envoyée' is correct.
I see "envoyée" as correct because it relates to "la confiture" a specific noun in the text.
Brian - 'que' is an object pronoun, and precedes the verb. The structure is 'envoyer qqc à qqn' and 'que' is the "qqc" in this structure (la confiture).
Example from the attached lesson, remembering that the past participle does not agree with subject, but only with a preceding direct object :
Marie a écrit une lettre qu'elle a envoyée à Paul.
Marie wrote a letter which/that she sent to Paul.
Que = Whom/which/that (French Relative Pronouns)
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