How do you do passé composé with faire?

The passé composé of the verb faire is conjugated using the auxiliary verb avoir followed by the past participle of faire – fait.

How do you use faire in a sentence in French?

Faire – to do, to make

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  2. Je fais la vaisselle. I’m doing the dishes. Que faites-vous dans la vie?
  3. Il fait chaud. It’s hot (out). Il fait 30 degrés.
  4. Un et un font deux. One plus one is two.
  5. Il fait du cyclisme. He bikes.
  6. Je fais tondre le gazon. I’m having the lawn mowed.

How do you use passé composé in French examples?

Here are some examples of the passé composé.

  1. Elle a expliqué son problème. (She explained her problem.)
  2. Ils ont réussi. (They succeeded.)
  3. J’ai entendu les nouvelles. (I heard the news.)

How is faire used in French?

While it’s commonly used to express either “to do” or “to make,” the circumstances in which these verbs can be used varies a lot between French and English. While you might use faire to describe doing the food shopping—je fais les courses—you might also use it to say that you’re riding a bike—je fais du vélo.

What does se faire mean in French?

It’s equivalent to “get / have something done to / for oneself.”

How do you use jouer and faire?

To remember when to use each verb: if the sport involves a ball, use jouer. If not, use faire.

What is passé composé example?

Tips for Using Passé Composé For example, j’ai dansé can mean: I danced (simple past) I have danced (present perfect) I did dance (past emphatic)

How do you recognize passé composé?

Verbs in the passé composé are formed by putting together a helping verb (être or avoir) conjugated in the present tense + a past participle. Once you know what helping verb to use, all you need to do is add the past participle of the verb you want to conjugate.