"que mon copain m'aurait préparé avant de partir" Why is the verb préparé in the past tense and not in the infinitive tense?

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Carmen

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31 August 2018

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"que mon copain m'aurait préparé avant de partir" Why is the verb préparé in the past tense and not in the infinitive tense?

This relates to:
Conjugate regular -er, -ir, -dre verbs (+ avoir) in Le Conditionnel Passé (past conditional) -

Chris

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31 August 2018

31/08/18

The conditionel passé is formed with avoir (or être) in the conditionel, followed by the participle (not the infinitive). 

 

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