(After eating/having had something to eat) LISTEN
(After looking /having looked everywhere) LISTEN
(After stepping in dog poo) LISTEN
How to use:
Use this when you want to express that something happens after something else occurred.
(He washes the dishes after having eaten.) LISTEN
(After having looked, he finally found it.) LISTEN
(He will love Paris less after having stepped in dog poo.) LISTEN
1) When speaking, do pronounce the “z” between “après” and “avoir”: /ah pray zah vwar/
2) The participle never changes, it stays masculine singular.
3) You can use any verb tense for the other verb.
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