By Laura K Lawless
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Indirect objects are the people or things in a sentence to/for whom/what the action of the verb occurs. They are often preceded by a preposition. • • Je parle aMarie. ) [To whom am I talking? ] Indirect object pronouns replace the indirect object. The French indirect object pronouns are: ~ Indirect Object Pronouns French English me/m'/moi me you te/t' lui him, her, it French nous vous leur English us you them French indirect object pronouns, like direct object pronouns, must precede the verh Demonstartive Pronouns Demonstrative pronouns essentially replace a demonstrative adjective+ a noun.
Singular Artides Masculine le le gar~on Feminine Ia Ia 1ille Before Vowel or Mute H I' l'ami, l'homme 03 /Grammar ~ Plural Artides Masculine Feminine les les lesgar~ons lesfilles [ 31] Before Vowel or Mute H les les am is, les homes The definite article has two main uses: to indicate a specific noun and to indicate the general sense of a noun. Indefinite Articles The singular French indefinite article corresponds to "a," "an," or "one" in English. " There are three forms of the French indefinite article: Wl, Wle, and des.
Indefinite Relative Pronouns Usage Pronoun Subject cequi Direct object ceque/qlf Object of de cedont Object of another preposition quoi Meaning what what which, what which, what Conjunctions Conjunctions are words that are used to join parts of a sentence together. " You can use the following French conjunctions in the same way as you use English ones: [ 46] Learn French in aHurry ~Common Conjunctions French done ensuite et ou puis rna is English so, then, therefore next and or then but Two Types of Conjunction There are two types of French conjunction: coordinating and subordinating.