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If I was using "Notre classe de francais" as the subject, would I say "Notre classe de francais venons d'aller au zoo de San Francisco" or would I conjugate "venir" differently? Merci!

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    I believe that "venons" is correct, using the nous conjugation of the verb.

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    notre classe de français vient d'aller au zoo de SF

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    Two people said different conjugations. Can someone clarify please?

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    I'd go with mk-tintin's answer because I believe his first language is French. However, I'm sure that SraJMcGin will take a look at it later this evening.

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    In this case "notre classe de français" is considered as one entity so you can replace it by "on"
    (and yes, im french)

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    Merci beaucoup!

    And mk-tintin, that totally makes sense to replace it with "on" to see if it makes sense! Merci! :)

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    Our class = IT. OF course, go with Mk-tintin

    Sra (aka Mme)

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    nom kenya

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