|> Other French exercises on the same topics: Present participle | Find the correct tense [Change theme]|
|> Similar tests: - Subjunctive present - The Present Indicative - Simple Past - The Present Imperative - French Simple future - Verb Être - Participe passé-Bilan complet - Using 'si' in the sentences.|
|> Double-click on words you don't understand|
Past participle epithet ending with 'i'or verb;
In order to differentiate an epithet past participle ending in 'i' and a verb ending in 'it' you just need to think of the imperfect form to recognize the verb:
If it's a verb :
L'ouvrier démolit le mur => l'ouvrier démolissait le mur
If it's an epithet past participle ending in 'i'
Le jouet démoli est par terre => la poupée démolie est par terre
(Of course, you have to make the past participle agree with a plural subject (is) or (ies))
Notice: The epithet past participle has the role of a qualifying adjective.
French exercise "Past participle epithet ending with 'i'or verb;" created by bridg with The test builder
Click here to see the current stats of this French test
Please log in to save your progress.
End of the free exercise to learn French: Past participle epithet ending with 'i'or verb;
A free French exercise to learn French.
Other French exercises on the same topics : Present participle | Find the correct tense | All our lessons and exercises