If 'vous' is formal, masculine and single, then is there no agreement required? Thanks.

IanA2Kwiziq community member

If 'vous' is formal, masculine and single, then is there no agreement required? Thanks.

Asked 4 years ago
LauraKwiziq team member
Bonjour Ian, That's right. Whatever vous stands for is what determines what agreement is needed. Vous = Monsieur Martin = no agreement Vous = Monsieur et Madame Martin = plural agreement Vous = Christine et Sandrine = plural feminine agreement
OriettaA2Kwiziq community member
Well what about vous vous etes cache?
AurélieKwiziq team member
Bonjour Orietta ! It's the same explanation: Vous = Monsieur Martin = "vous vous êtes caché" Vous = Madame Martin = "vous vous êtes cachée" Vous = Monsieur et Madame Martin = "vous vous êtes cachés" Vous = Christine et Sandrine = "vous vous êtes cachées" À bientôt !

If 'vous' is formal, masculine and single, then is there no agreement required? Thanks.

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