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On s'est demandé v. on s'est sentis - l'accord du passé

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On s'est demandé v. on s'est sentis - l'accord du passé

In the first example, "se demander" does not agree in number or gender because the reflexive pronoun "se" is an indirect object.  Why doesn't that same rule apply to "se sentir" (I feel)?  Thanks.

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On s'est demandé v. on s'est sentis - l'accord du passé

In the first example, "se demander" does not agree in number or gender because the reflexive pronoun "se" is an indirect object.  Why doesn't that same rule apply to "se sentir" (I feel)?  Thanks.

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