"Did you all work yesterday?"
Translation:Avete lavorato ieri?
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No, that's only when a verb takes essere rather than avere.
The only time you change the endings of the past participle with verbs taking avere is when you have a preceding direct object, when the ending agrees with that object, as in, L'ho trovata, I have found her, or, Li ho trovati, I have found them.