The verbs conclure and inclure in the passé composé in French

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The verbs conclure and inclure in the passé composé

The verbs inclure (to include), and conclure (to conclude) are conjugated in the passé composé in the following way:

conclure en
J’ai conclu
Tu as conclu
Il a conclu/elle a conclu
Nous avons conclu
Vous avez conclu
Ils ont conclu/elles ont conclu
inclure en
J’ai inclus
Tu as inclus
Il a inclus/elle a inclus
Nous avons inclus
Vous avez inclus
Ils ont inclus/elles ont inclus
Victor a conclu son discours par des remerciements. Victor concluded his speech by saying thank you.

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