French pronouns

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  • French relative pronouns
    • Qui, que and dont are called relative pronouns and are used to replace a noun.
    • Using a relative pronoun avoids repetition and enables you to build complex sentences.
    • Qui (who/which) can refer to either people or things.
      • It replaces a noun which is the subject of the sentence
        • (The person or the thing doing the action)
    • Que (who/which) can also refer to other people/things
      • It replaces a noun which is the object of the sentence.
        • (The person or thing receiving the action.)
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