Double object pronouns

Double object pronouns - (Are you going to offer me any?)...

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Double object pronouns The term  double object pronouns  refers to using more than one pronoun in a sentence at a time,  as follows:  The following examples show how double object pronouns are used before the conjugated verb,  before the infinitive when there are two verbs, in the past tense, and in a negative command. Note  the different order of the pronouns in the affirmative command: Before the conjugated verb:   Elle me la donne . (She gives it to me.)  Before the infinitive with two verbs:   Vas-tu m'en offrir?
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Unformatted text preview: (Are you going to offer me any?) • In the past tense: Tu le lui as écrit . (You wrote it to her.) • In a negative command: Ne me le montrez pas . (Don't show it to me.) But note the difference in an affirmative command: Montrez-le-moi, s'il vous plaît . (Please show it to me.) In an affirmative command, m oi + en and toi + en become m'en and t'en respectively: Donne-m'en, s'il te plaît . (Please give me some.) • Va t'en . (Go away.)...
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course FR 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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