As you know, French can be used to refer to either more than one person (plural you) or politely to a single person (you formal). In the Past Compound of Verbs (+ being), the concordance depends on the you that is used: in case of reflexive use, the past part therefore remains immutable, because the reflexive pronoun is considered indirect: why is it so? Because if these verbs are used non-pronominal with a noun, they need a preposition, which means that the noun is an indirect object. So if this preposition + object is replaced by a reflexive pronoun, the pronoun is also indirect. -Reflexive verbs: She is hurt (she has been hurt). Here, the verb must correspond to the subject, because „s” refers to the subject „She”. Other examples: They saw each other. They are beaten. The compound past tense consists of an auxiliary abrage (also called the „adverb”) followed by the past part of the main abrège. The adverbant is always EITHER or BE, depending on the primary address you are using. For reflexive verbs, the adtranation will always BE. However, when it comes to the chord, does it work as the verb to have, oops to be the verb that makes how to have? Yes, we need a few examples to better understand, but first look at the lesson on the adequacy of the past part with the verb. They hugged each other, here „se” is a direct object, since the verb is to squeeze one, means themselves (they squeezed themselves or each other), so there is a chord: tight! They are shaking hands, where is the direct object? it is „the hand” (they shook hands), so the direct object is not compatible according to the verb.