I see there's an example: "Quels bonbons tu as choisis?"
I guess that because "bonbons" is a COD in this question and it stands before the verb "choisi" so the verb has to accord with the COD --> it becomes "chosis"
But when I use deepL to try another example: "Which dress did she wear?"
The answer is: "Quelle robe a-t-elle porté?"
My question is shouldn't it be: "Quelle robe a-t-elle portée?"
Or is there an exception I didn't know about? More examples relating to this is very much appreciated.
We don't normally comment on other sites' material but you are correct in spotting a mistake.
No extra e is needed at the end of porté. This rule only applies to verb when the auxiliary used is etre.
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