The passé composé: past participles ending in -it

The verbs dire (to say), écrire (to write), and conduire (to drive) have past participles that end in -IT (dire → dit, écrire → écrit, conduire → conduit). They are conjugated in the passé composé in the following way

dire en
J'ai dit
Tu as dit
Il a dit/elle a dit
Nous avons dit
Vous avez dit
Ils ont dit/elles ont dit
écrire en
J'ai écrit
Tu as écrit
Il a écrit/elle a écrit
Nous avons écrit
Vous avez écrit
Ils ont écrit/elles ont écrit
Victor a écrit de nombreux romans. Victor wrote many novels.

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