Les Participes Passés
The past participle (Les Participes Passés), called le participe passé in French, is very similar in French and English. It's essential in the creation of compound verb tenses/moods and the passive voice, and it can also be used as an adjective.The French past participle usually ends in -é, -i, or -u, while its English equivalent usually ends in -ed or -en.
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