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Gérondif passé vs passé composé du participe présent
I was going through a roundup of the French tenses and came across two impersonal ones - le gérondif passé and le passé composé du participe présent. Is there any difference between the two?
It's exactly the same as the difference between the gerund and the present participle, but in the past: the former is the construction used as a verb (and preceded by en), while the latter is the same construction used as noun: https://www.lawlessfrench.com/grammar/present-participle/
Ahh I get it now, merci beaucoup!