"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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"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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ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

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

 

"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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