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Past tense of se rencontrer


So basically, it's good news as far as the spoken language is concerned. In everyday spoken French, past participles rarely change their pronunciation. At GCSE level, the main past participle to remember that changes its pronunciation is in fact that of the reflexive verb s'asseoir (to sit down) , which goes assis > assise . The final 's' is not pronounced in the masculine form, but is pronounced (as a z sound) in the feminine.

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Past tense of se rencontrer

Past tense of se rencontrer