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22 November 2016
"Jacques a descendu le géant."
I get the transitive meaning of "avoir descendu" in the example above. Therefore the possible option "Jack descended on the giant.", meaning he is sliding down the gian's body, would also be transitive. So why doesn't it work here? -- Chris.
This relates to:Descendre can be used with avoir or être in Le Passé Composé... and changes meaning -
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