French Grammer 2

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Direct object pronouns

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

me,te,le,la,nous,vous,les.

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 betwethe pasten ne and the verb.

Je porte mon vieux sweat quand on ne me voit pas.

If a verb is followed by an infinitive the direct object pronoun goes in front of the infinitive.

Elle va acheter une minijupe et elle va la porter ce soir.

In the perfect tense the direct object pronoun goes…

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