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I have TV. I have the apple? TV (direct object). Note that this is direct because there is no preposition between the verb and the complement. “TV” follows the verb, so that in this case the past participation does not change: WATCH. In the second sentence, however, the direct object is before the verb: Do finished WHAT? The (a pronoun that replaces “the dishes”) so that the past participation in the sex and the number with the previous direct object (FEM. SING.). This situation occurs with AVOIR as an auxiliary and with REFLEXIVE VERBS that use BEING when the subject is the direct object of the verb. 2. For verbs usually conjugated with have, past participation never corresponds to the subject. However, he will agree with any previous direct object. I saw the cat cross the street. I saw the female cat crossing the street. (In this case, the direct object, the chat, is not forward.) In such cases, you must pay attention to the pronoun of the direct object: that is, which pronoun represents “the thing that is bought”, etc.
However, if, in these cases, the direct object is placed in front of the verb, the past participation corresponds to this direct object: She saw Jeanne in the cinema. She saw WHO? Jeanne (direct object). “Jeanne” is placed according to the verb, so that in this case the past participation does not change: VU. Note that for direct objects, we consider objects that directly receive the effect of the verb, why the question (WHAT? or WHO?) According to the verb and not before must be posed. Notice that in the first sentence, when we ask the question: Do it to me WHAT? MY LETTERS, the direct object is placed according to the verb, so no consent is required. He offered WHAT? THAT (THAT`). This relative pronoun, which is a do pronoun, replaces LES FLEURS and precedes especially the verb. Therefore, past participation with the previous direct object must be in number and sex (FEM. PLUR.) I called WHO? There is no answer to this question, so there is no direct purpose and, therefore, there is NO agreement.
But we can ask the question: I phoned WHOM? To my friends. In French, we call someone. What we have here is a previous indirect object, because it is the preposition To and therefore there is NO correspondence. In the first sentence, the direct object follows the verb: Do finished WHAT? THE DISHES, so that there is no agreement. In general, past participation does not correspond to anything when the equity is used. For example, in the sentence below is the subject of the feminine plural and the direct object (of the gift) is masculine plural, but no correspondence is added to the last purchased score: 2) It can take the form of the relative direct pronoun QUE: attention! If the subject is the indirect object of a reflexive sentence, there is no agreement….