Independent pronouns are used as follows

Independent pronouns are used as follows - penser à(to...

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Independent pronouns are used as follows:  To stress the subject:  Lui, il est vraiment sérieux.  (Him, he's really serious.)  When the pronoun has no verb:  Qui parle? Elle . (Who is speaking? She is.)  After prepositions to refer to a person or persons:  Dinons chez eux.  (Let's eat at their house.)  After  c'est:   C'est moi qui paie.  (I'm paying.)  After the following verbs:  avoir affaire à  (to have dealings with),  être à  (to belong to),  faire  attention à  (to pay attention to), 
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Unformatted text preview: penser à (to think about [of]), se fier à (to trust), and s'intéresser à (to be interested in). • Je pense à lui. (I think about him.) • In compound subjects: • Elle et moi (nous) allons au café. (She and I [we] are going to the café.) • Marie et toi (vous) partez? (Are you and Marie [you plural] leaving?) • With -même(s) to reinforce the subject: • Je suis allé au concert moi-même. (I went to the concert by myself.)...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course FR 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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