Où est passé (le sel) ? : Where has (the salt) gone? Where is (the salt)?
Note that this question is constructed with subject-verb inversion, and that the verb must agree with the subject in gender.
Où est passé le sel ? Where has the salt gone?
Où est passée la dame ? Where has the lady gone?
Elle est passée où, (ma tasse) ? : Where has (my mug) gone? oral
  • "Lefebvre : Oh là là, mais elle est passée où cette facture ?"
  • "Où est passée la facture ?"
  • "Où est donc passé ce chien ?"
  • "Où est passée cette facture ?"
  • "Elle est passée où l’imprimante ?"
  • "Lefebvre : Où est passée la facture ?"
  • "Où est passée l’imprimante ?"
  • "Où est passée cette jolie facture ?"

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