Could you explain me these sentences? I don't know why yes or why not there is "e/es/s" in the participé passé.

  1. Est- ce que vous connaissez le nom de l´homme qui vous a suiviE, madame?
  2. Je ne vous ai pas répondus, messieurs?
  3. C´est une actrice que nous avons pue voir dans beaucoup de films tcheques.
  4. Ils ne se sont rien dis.

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gisol 140
in the participé passe you if you conjugate  the verb êntre plus other verb, the second verb is conjugate accord the person who is the subjet of the phrase. "e" when is in female, and "s" for plural. when you conjugate with the verb "avoir" and the second verb is regular, so the conjugation always is with the letter "é", that is why vous a (avoir) suivié, And if you whant to say "I get up" subjet female: you say "Je me suis levée" or in male "Je me suis levé"

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