Is voir etre or avoir?

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The present participle of voir is voyant. To form the passé composé of voir, you will need the auxiliary verb avoir and the past participle vu. With these two elements, you can construct this common past tense to match the subject pronoun. For example, "we saw" is nous avons vu.

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In this regard, is Aller avoir or etre?

In most instances the auxiliary verb used is avoir. However, several intransitive verbs, like aller (to go), require the auxiliary être instead. Note that the past participle agrees with the subject in number and in gender. They are verbs of coming and going.

Subsequently, question is, how do you conjugate voir? Voir, like many other common French verbs, has irregular conjugations. They are so irregular that you simply have to memorize the full conjugation because it doesn't fall into a predictable pattern.

Imperative.

Imperative
(tu) vois
(nous) voyons
(vous) voyez

In this manner, is Descendre etre or avoir?

Most verbs use either avoir or être as the auxiliary verb in Passé composé (or other compound tense), but descendre uses both, depending on its grammatical usage* and what it means in the sentence. - The intransitive version (lacking a direct object), uses être.

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