Partir Conjugation in the Passé Composé [+6 Examples]

partir conjugation in the passé composé

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In this French grammar lesson we will learn about partir conjugation in the passe composé.

Partir means “to leave” and falls in the third group of -ir verb conjugations.

In this lesson you will learn about:

  • how partir is conjugated in French
  • how partir is pronounced in French
  • how partir is used in sentences in French
  • how you can quiz yourself on partir conjugation in the passé composé
  • how to practice with flashcards for partir conjugation in the passé composé
  • how and why you should use the courses of Language Atlas to learn French

Please refer to the French A2 Curriculum to get a better overview of French grammar if you are curious about how partir fits in French A grammar.

By the end of the lesson you will know all about partir conjugation in the passé composé.

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Partir Conjugation in the Passé Composé

jesuisparti – e
tuesparti – e
il/elle/onestparti – e
noussommesparti – es
vousêtesparti – es
ils/ellessontparti – es

Pronunciation of Partir Conjugations

In this section on partir conjugation in the passé composé we will focus on pronunciation.

There is 1 important rule to take into account when we want to pronounce a partir conjugation in the passé composé.

  1. The particip passé is pronounced in the same way for all the verbs, whether they be singular or plural, or masculine or feminine. Thus, you don’t pronounce the last s in the particip passé. The last letter that you will hear is the i.

Je suis parti

Je suis partie

Nous sommes partis

Nous sommes parties

As you can see the particip passé has the same pronunciation for the singular and the plural options.

Example Sentences with Partir Conjugation in the Passé Composé

The final section of this lesson on partir conjugation in the passé composé is about seeing partir in action.

This is valuable because you can improve your understanding of partir conjugation in the passé composé through examples.

Je suis parti à temps.

I left on time.

Je sais que tu es parti tôt.

I know you left early.

Elle est partie avec ses amis.

She left with her friends.

Nous sommes immédiatement partis.

We left immediately.

Il est venu après que vous êtes parti.

He came after you left.

Elles sont parties en vacances ensemble.

They went on vacation together.

Quiz Yourself on Partir Conjugation in the Passé Composé

At the end of every lesson you can do a small quiz.

You will see the sentences of the previous chapter.

You will either need to fill in the blanks, choose the correct multiple choice option, or both.

It is up to you to give the correct answer.

Once you are done the correct answer will be shown.

You can redo the quiz as many times as you want!

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