The agreement of past participle in case of DOP

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The agreement of past participle in case of DOP

hello,

I'd like to know whether the past participle agrees with the following pronouns me, te ,nous, vous? what happens in this case? Please give examples.

Thank you.

Trupti.

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CélineKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Trupti,

Here is a link that addresses part of your question: reflexive-verbs-in-the-passe-compose-conversational-past

Also, there is agreement with the pronouns ‘me, te, nous, vous’ if the pronoun is a direct object of the verb.

Les enfants ? Vous nous avez entendus ? Children ? Did you hear us?

→ whom did you hear ? → ‘nous’ ‘us’ = direct object → agreement

Here is another link (although it is more about the position of the pronouns) for you to look at as there are a few examples as mentioned above

I hope this is helpful.

Bonne journée !

The agreement of past participle in case of DOP

hello,

I'd like to know whether the past participle agrees with the following pronouns me, te ,nous, vous? what happens in this case? Please give examples.

Thank you.

Trupti.

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