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Unformatted text preview: le mien le tien le sien le nôtre le vôtre le leur mine yours his/hers ours yours theirs mes copains tes copains ses copains nos copains vos copains leurs copains my friends your friends his/her friends our friends your friends their friends les miens les tiens les siens les nôtres les vôtres les leurs mine yours his/hers ours yours theirs ma copine ta copine sa copine notre copine votre copine leurs copine my friend your friend his/her friend our friend your friend their friend la mienne la tienne la sienne la nôtre la vôtre la leur mine yours his/hers ours yours theirs mes copines tes copines ses copines nos copines vos copines leurs copines my friends your friends his/her friends our friends your friends their friends les miennes les tiennes les siennes les nôtres les vôtres les leurs mine yours his/hers ours yours theirs Vous avez votre voiture? - You have your car? Oui, nous avons la nôtre. - Yes, we have ours. À + a stress pronoun is used when the noun replaced is also the subject of the sentence. This usually occurs in sentences with être. Elle est ta voiture? - Is that your car? Oui, elle est à moi. - Yes, it is mine. G: Stem Changing Verbs Review -exer Verbs -exer are regular -er verbs, but also are stem changing. The stem change applies to all forms except nous and vous. The stem change involves adding a grave accent ( ` ) over the e in the stem. Tenses affected by this rule: -éxer Verbs Like -exer verbs, the accent aigu above the e ( é ) changes to an accent grave ( è ). Tenses affected by this rule: -yer Verbs -yer verbs are regular -er verbs. However, when y is part of the last syllable, it changes to i in order to keep the ay sound. In the present indicative of -yer verbs, this affects all forms except nous and vous. Tenses affected by this rule: appuyer payer Appeler ...
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