The passé composé: past participles ending in -ait in French

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The passé composé: past participles ending in -ait

The verbs faire (to make/do) and satisfaire (to satisfy) have participles that end in -ait (faire → fait, satisfaire → satisfait). The same goes for refaire (to redo), distraire (to distract), and extraire (to extract). They are conjugated in the passé composé in the following way:

faire en
J’ai fait
Tu as fait
Il a fait/elle a fait
Nous avons fait
Vous avez fait
Ils ont fait/elles ont fait
extraire en
J’ai extrait
Tu as extrait
Il a extrait/elle a extrait
Nous avons extrait
Vous avez extrait
Ils ont extrait/elles ont extrait
Qu’est-ce que tu as fait pendant les vacances ? What did you do during your vacation?

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