french - reflexive verbs

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the word order for past tense is
je ne me le lui y en ai pas donné

but when you're using reflexive verbs for past tense its "je me suis"

does the suis incorporate into the word order?

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    If I understand your question, with the past tense, whether you are using avoir or être with the past participle, the word order before the verb is still:
    je > me > le (l') > lui > y > en > verb
    te te la (l) leur
    il se les
    elle nous
    on vous

    Your example:
    je ne me le lui y en ai pas donné
    would never happen!

    These are the frequent combinations:
    me le, me la, me les
    te le, te la, te les
    nous le, nous la, nous les
    vous le, vous la, vous les
    le lui, la, lui, les lui
    le leur, la leur, les leur
    Examples: Ils me la vendent.
    Je vais le lui montrer.
    Leur en avez-vous prêté?
    Nous les y avons rencontrés.
    Il y en a plusieurs.

    In the affirmative imperative, the object pronouns follow the verb and are connected to it, and to each other, by hyphens. The direct object precedes the indirect.
    verb -moi
    -le -lui
    -la -nous -y -en
    -les -vous

    Examples: Envoyons-le-moi.

    Combinations moi + en and toi + en become m'en and t'en.

    If this doesn't answer your question, please clarify exactly what you need to know.

    Sra (aka Mme)

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    what i meant was
    what if the sentence has an avoir past tense and a reflexive past tense?
    then would the sentence end up with suis and ai?
    and what is the order of the suis and ai? regarding je

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    If the auxiliary (helping) verb is avoir that's one thing, but if it's a Reflexive Verb, they ALL take être as the helping verb.

    passé composé with avoir: J'ai eu beaucoup de devoirs. / Il a cru qu'elle était malade. / Nous avons beaucoup ri.

    passé composé of a Reflexive Verb:
    Je me suis amusée (f.) / vous vous êtes lavés (if vous is plural) / ils ne se sont écrits

    Sra (aka Mme)

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    thanks so much

    but is there a possible situation where both passe compose with avoir and passe compose of a reflexive verb in the same sentence?

  • french - reflexive verbs -

    oops = too tired! I wanted to give you a negative one = ils ne se sont pas écrits. (I forgot the PAS!) Je m'excuse!

    Sra (aka Mme)

  • french - reflexive verbs -

    what are past reflexives

  • french - reflexive verbs -

    sentence starter : je me - I
    tu te -You (singular)

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