The verb naître in the passé composé in French

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The verb naître in the passé composé

The verb naître means ‘to be born’ or ‘to emerge’. We usually see it in its passé composé form conjugated with the auxiliary être. The past participle must agree with the subject.
naître en
Je suis né
Tu es né
Il est né/elle est née
Nous sommes nés
Vous êtes nés
Ils sont nés/elles sont nées
Muriel est née un lundi. Muriel was born on a Monday.

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