In this sentence "Nous sommes décidés" is passé composé right?
If so, why do we use this combination of être and décider?
I don't understand how we can just use être and passé composé like this.
It is the present tense, but it's not the passive voice - in this case décidés is an adjective, it means "determined".
No, it is present tense, and décidés is used as an adjective.
Yes, Alan is correct: of course it isn't passive voice (I edited my response accordingly.)
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