D. asked "Why is it 'vous êtes entré' rather than 'vous êtes entrés' ?

LauraKwiziq team member

D. asked "Why is it 'vous êtes entré' rather than 'vous êtes entrés' ?

La bonne réponse est "vous êtes entré" selon Kwizbot. Pourquoi pas on n'utilise le pluriel d'entrer?
Asked 3 years ago
LauraKwiziq team member

Just because vous can be plural doesn't mean it always is.

For example, Monsieur Untel, êtes-vous allé à la banque?


I'm only speaking to one person, so the past participle does not require any agreement here, in comparison to Monsieur et Madame Untel, êtes-vous allés à la banque? where it does.

IsabelleC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor
Yes, the singular "vous" is the polite form of " you" in English -

D. asked "Why is it 'vous êtes entré' rather than 'vous êtes entrés' ?

La bonne réponse est "vous êtes entré" selon Kwizbot. Pourquoi pas on n'utilise le pluriel d'entrer?

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