Hugh Sexey Church of England Middle School
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LE PASSÉ COMPOSÉ -The perfect tense

L'Objectif: I am beginning to understand how to talk about the past.

We use the passé composé to say what happened, or what has happened, in the past.


I forgot/have forgotten my homework.

I won/I have won.

I missed/have missed the bus.

To form the perfect tense we first need to revise the verb avoir, to have.


Practise your French verb AVOIR (TO HAVE)

In this episode of Alexa's 'Practise Your French' series, Alexa helps you practise the very important French auxiliary verb: avoir (to have). Enjoy et bisou ...

Once you are comfortable with the verb avoir, now you can learn how to talk about the past!






With regular er verbs, you take off the er, and add é


regarder - regardé

jouer     - joué


j'ai regardé = I have watched/I watched.


tu as joué = You have watched/you watched.


il a parlé = He has spoken/He spoke.