Les pronoms - 1 SubjectPronouns . thispersonorthing.,asthe SIN

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Different kinds of French pronouns 1. Subject Pronouns The subject of a sentence is the person or thing which performs the action. Subject pronouns replace  this person or thing. You must understand subject pronouns before you begin conjugating verbs, as the  forms of verbs change for each one.  SINGULAR PLURAL Je/j' tu il, elle, on (I) (you familiar) (he, she) nous vous ils, elles (we) (you people) (they)  Note: j'   (I)  is only used when followed by a vowel or mute h.  Since all nouns are either masculine or feminine, they use the 3rd  person subject pronouns which correspond  to their gender. Thus  il  can refer to a male  he  or a masculine noun  it  and  elle  can refer to a female  she  or a  feminine noun  it Elles  means they when all of the nouns (both people and things) referred to are feminine. If there are any  masculine nouns, the subject pronoun defaults to the masculine  ils Ils  and elles are pronounced exactly like  il and  elle 2. Direct Object Pronouns   French language has direct object pronouns, words that replace the direct object. Direct object pronouns 
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Les pronoms - 1 SubjectPronouns . thispersonorthing.,asthe SIN

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