Eues = had?!
I thought that "eu" is had? Why is the "eues" when it isn't the Dr. and Mrs. Vandertramp acronym?
Without knowing the context, I assume there was something before the eu that was plural and feminine. Not the subject, but an object.
Les jupes? Oui, je les ai eues.
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Hi Adrian, we almost never use the verb AVOIR with Dr. and Mrs Vandertramp acronym, this acronym is for the verb which we use the "auxiliaire ETRE", we can recognize them with this acronym. "eues", is the verb AVOIR related to a feminine-plural noun. https://fastfrenchlearning.ch/ and https://www.facebook.com/Fast-French-Learning-331318387306004/ Thomas