[Who/what is washed? –> “hands.” “Hands” is the direct object and is placed according to the verb, disagree.] [Who is washed?” –> “They.” The subject is therefore the recipient of the appeal, there is consensus.] For some verbs, the Past Participant must agree on sex and number, either with the subject or with the subject of the sentence. This agreement is necessary in the following situations: verbs whose verb helping is “to be” must be in accordance with their former participations in sex (male or female – add) and in numbers (singular or plural – Add s) with the noun or pronoun of the subject, as shown in Table 2: The rules of agreement of former participants vary. The fundamental principles are: here is the past composed with agreement Rule: Have you seen Romain`s new bike? This is it. [“Roman`s new motorcycle” is the direct object; in the first sentence, it does not conform to the verb; in the second sentence, the personal pronoun “the” is the direct object that replaces “Roman`s new motorcycle”; the old “bought” stake therefore agrees with it.] As you know, The French you can be used to refer to either more than one person (you plural) or politely to a single person (formal). In the Past Composed of Verben, the agreement depends on which you will be used: in this case, you will always use “Bere”, but there will be no agreement: not with the subject, not with the direct object… However, if you learn French to communicate in French, all these agreements are silent most of the time! It is only in writing that it counts. A form of verb composed of an auxiliary verb and a main verb is called in grammar as a composite tension, unlike a simple form that uses only the main verb. If there is a direct object that is the recipient of the action, then the rules of the agreement are the same as to have: the past participant agrees with the direct object when placed in front of the verb and does not accept if placed after. Being with like your auxiliary adverb is pretty simple. Current participants will have the same type of agreements as the regular French adjective.
Students spend hours understanding chords with compound past. In English, for example, you say “he left home.” Did he leave something? To the house. The house is a direct object. Philip approached the edge of the pool, and then he got out of the water. He swam a little bit on the spot, and then he started doing laps. It`s also very important. All verbs used in a reflexive form (the form “s”) use “horse: Most verbs use “have” to form their past compound. The hands they washed. The hands they washed. Keep in mind that all reflexive verbs also use “being.” I washed myself – (washing) I washed.