"Followed by" is habitually rendered as "suivi de". Does the

Tom

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17 July 2017

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"Followed by" is habitually rendered as "suivi de". Does the

"de" always change to "par" in the passive construction? If so, this is worth spelling out in the lesson.

This question relates to:
French lesson "Forming La Voix Passive with simple tenses (passive voice)"

Ron

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23 July 2017

23/07/17

Bonjour Tom, That is correct in the use of the passive voice suivi de would change to suivi par. Sylvie a été suivi par un chien. Bonne chance,

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