The rules of agreement in French can often seem infuriating as very complicated.
It might put your mind at ease to realise that often these rules only make a difference in the written language and not in spoken French as a lot of the past participles will be pronounced in the same way, e.g. allé, allée, allées ...
Hope this helps!
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