FR: tu as sorti un crayon de ton sac.

  • geostan

    Senior Member
    English Canada
    HI,
    I don't understand why I should use 'as sorti' instead of 'es sorti'.
    It's because you are using sortir as a transitive verb with a direct object. In this sentence, the meaning is take out, not go out.

    Cheers!
     
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