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The Passé Composé with the Auxiliary “avoir” - Part 1: Verbs of the first group

The passé composé is a tense used to express an action or a state that happened in the past. We call it “composé” because it’s composed of two parts: An auxiliary, either the auxiliary “être” to be or the auxiliary “avoir” to have and a past participle of a verb. In this part we will only tackle the passé composé of the verbs of the first group that require the auxiliary “avoir”.

Remember: All verbs of the first group end in “er”.
For example: penser, prêter, danser, chanter, marcher, etc...

Let’s explore the following example:

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