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Nous ne nous sommes pas réveillés tôt. Henry didn’t eat anything. They never went to the movies. We didn’t wake up early. Inversion may be used to form a question in the passé composé by reversing the order of the subject pronoun and the conjugated helping verb: Henri (n’) a-t-il (rien) mangé? Did(n’t) Henry eat (anything)? (Ne) sont-elles (jamais) allées au cinéma? Did(n’t) they (ever) go to the movies? (Ne) nous sommes-nous (pas) réveillés tôt? Did(n’t) we wake up early? Uses of the Passé Composé The passé composé is used to express: • A specific action or event that was started and completed at a definite time in the past (even if the time isn’t mentioned): Nous avons joué au football.

He had helped the president. She had died young. They had defended themselves. The past anterior is negated by placing ne and the other negative word around pronouns that precede it and the conjugated helping verb: Il n’eut jamais aidé le président. Elle ne fut pas morte jeune. Ils ne se furent pas défendus. He had never helped the president. She hadn’t died young. They hadn’t defended themselves. Inversion may be used to form a question in the past anterior by reversing the order of the subject pronoun and the conjugated helping verb: (N’) Eut-il (jamais) aidé le président?

Finis(sez) les devoirs. Ne perds (perdez) pas patience. Mange du pain. Manges-en. N’en mange pas. Va au supermarché. Vas-y. Allons au théâtre. Jouons au tennis. Look at the list. Finish the homework. Don’t lose patience. Eat some bread. Eat some. Don’t eat any. Go to the supermarket. Go there. Let’s go to the theater. Let’s play tennis. Three irregular imperatives are: • • • avoir: être: savoir: aie, ayez, ayons sois, soyez, soyons sache, sachez, sachons N’aie pas honte. Soyez prudent. Sache que je ne lui parlerai plus.

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