GCSE French

The Past Tense: Perfect

Just to really complicate matters (stay with us!) there is more than one past tense! We start by taking a look at the so-called perfect tense.

When to use it: For describing what has happened, what someone has done or what happenend in the past.

How to form it: You need to remember that there are two parts to a perfect tense verb - the auxiliary verb and the past participle.

The auxiliary verb shows who or what did the action and the past participle shows what happened.

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