French Phrases: French pronouns

Object Pronouns

The following are used after a preposition and are sometimes called disjunctive pronouns:

moimwame
toitwayou (singular, familiar)
luilɥihim
elleɛlher
nousnuus
vousvuyou (plural or polite)
euxøthem (masculine)
ellesɛlthem (feminine)
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The following are used as the object of a verb:

meme; to me
teyou (familiar); to you
lehim; it (masculine)
lalaher; it (feminine)
leslethem
luilɥito him, to her, to it
leurlœʁto them
nousnuus; to us
vousvuyou (plural, polite); to you
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Note that these words go before the verb in French. For example, il parle means 'he is speaking', and il nous parle means 'he is speaking to us'.


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