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is the rule valid for "me,te,nous,vous,?

Hasan D.A1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

is the rule valid for "me,te,nous,vous,?


When you replace the direct object by a direct object pronoun (le/la/l'/les), it moves before the verb. That's when the past participle has to agree.

Et la télé ? -  Il l'a regardée.- What about TV?  - He watched it.

BUT!I don't know whether the rule is valid for for "me,te,nous,vous,?
Tu nous ai regardé(e)s or  Tu nous ai regardé

Asked 3 years ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Hasan, 

Yes it is the same but be careful of agreeing the verb with the subject -

 

Tu nous as regardés = You looked at us

Il m’a regardé/e = He looked at me 

Ils vous ont regardés = They looked at you 

I have assumed the 'nous' and 'vous' represented a collection of males and females.

Hope this helps!

Chris W.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

The rule applies to all forms of COD, nouns and pronouns. But sometimes, the reflexive pronoun is NOT the COD and can trick you into believing that it is.

Tu nous as vus? -- Did you see us? (nous is the COD)
Nous nous sommes brossé les dents. -- We brushed our teeth. (Here the COD is les dents and not nous).

Hasan D.A1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Thank you Mme.Cecile and Mr Tom

is the rule valid for "me,te,nous,vous,?


When you replace the direct object by a direct object pronoun (le/la/l'/les), it moves before the verb. That's when the past participle has to agree.

Et la télé ? -  Il l'a regardée.- What about TV?  - He watched it.

BUT!I don't know whether the rule is valid for for "me,te,nous,vous,?
Tu nous ai regardé(e)s or  Tu nous ai regardé

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