Direct pronouns

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  • Created on: 17-03-16 14:19

You use direct object pronouns to replace nouns which are the object of a sentence to avoid repition:


me,le,la,te are shortened to m',t' and l' in front of a vowel or silent h.

Direct object pronouns go immediately before the verb.

Comment tu trouves la mode?          Je la trouve ridicule.

In a negative sentence the direct object pronoun goes between the ne and the


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