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Semester 2 Grammar Test Review


Department
French
Course Code
FSL221Y1
Professor
Rob Inch
Study Guide
Midterm

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French Review
Pronoms Complements Directs:
Me, te, le, la, les
Pronoms Complements Indirects (with Preposition) :
Me, te, lui, leur, nous, vous
Y pronom used when a is followed by an idea or non-person
En pronom used when de is followed by a quantity or a clause (parler de vacances)
Pronoms Disjoints/Toniques:
When a or de is followed by a PERSON or a subject
e.g. On parlait de lui, delle, deux, ou delles.
This preposition can be a, de, avec, pour, etc.
When followed by a person, disjoint is used:
Etre a cette voiture est a moi
Faire attention a faire attention a elles.
Shabituer a
Penser a
Tenir a il tient a eux.
When ne que or ni..ni..are used, disjoint is used :
Il naime quelle. Il ne comprend ni elle ni moi.
Imperative with Pronoms Complements :
Le/la/vous, lui/leur/nous, moi/toi, y, en Order of Pronoms (Affirmative)
E.g. Donnez-lui-moi! Parlez-men!
For Negatives, moi is replaced by me :
e.g. Ne me la donnez pas. Ne men parlez pas.
Pronoms Possessifs
Le mien, le tien, la votre, la sienne, les notres, les leurs
Mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs.
Note: Always preceded by Le/La/Les.
e.g. elle est a moi. Cest la mienne.
Rule : Le/la agrees with the object, while mien/tien agrees with the subject, but agrees with
the subject.
Pronoms Demonstratifs
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