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i have accomplished many great things this past week.

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20:40 Sep 24, 2000
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: i have accomplished many great things this past week.
past particple of accomplishments
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naAu cours de la semaine dernière, j'ai accompli pleins de choses
Nikki Scott-Despaigne
na"J'ai accompli bien de grandes choses, la semaine dernière"Louise Atfield
naI have accomplished...
Cathy Przybylski


  

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1 hr
I have accomplished...


Explanation:
Hello !

The past participle of "accomplish" is "accompli". You could translate by "J'ai accompli des choses formidables la semaine passée".

Good luck !

Cathy

Cathy Przybylski
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12 hrs
"J'ai accompli bien de grandes choses, la semaine dernière"


Explanation:
Past participle of the verb accomplir (to accomplish) is "accompli"

"J'ai accompli bien de grandes choses, la semaine dernière", or "J'ai accompli nombre de grandes choses, la semaine dernière".

Attention "semaine passée" is not quite proper French, although many French Canadians use this colloquial expression. The right terms should be "semaine dernière".

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4 days
Au cours de la semaine dernière, j'ai accompli pleins de choses


Explanation:
As you have said 'this past week', I understand the emphasis to be on the duration of the period of the week, which is why I have suggested "au cours de", (during) which stretches things out a bit.

Otherwise, the past participle of "accomplir" is of course "accomplir".

Nikki

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