Je____(passer)(passé composé) un mois à Rouen.
Will we consider it direct object and will auxillary change to avoir
The use of the auxiliaries 'avoir' and 'être' doesn't have anything to do with the indefinite article - see link here: passer-can-be-used-with-avoir-or-etre-in-le-passe-compose
J'ai passé un examen =I passed an exam
J'ai passé un mois à Rouen = I spent a month in Rouen
Je suis passé par chez toi = I went by your place
Je suis passé par la pharmacie = I popped by the pharmacy
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