This Revision Bite will give you practice in using the perfect infinitive in French.
The perfect infinitive is used to say 'to have done'. It's formed with the infinitive of avoir or être + the past participle:
The most common use is 'after doing' with après avoir + past participle or après être + past participle:
Remember that the rule about agreement with a feminine or plural subject applies to the past participle with être, eg: Après être allée à la piscine, elle est rentrée chez elle (After going to the swimming pool, she went home).
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