Personal Pronouns (French)

French Personal Pronouns Les pronoms
change according to the grammatical person that they represent:
Subject
Direct Object
Indirect Object
Reflexive
Stressed

As Opposed to Impersonal Pronouns

Soi Indefinite Personal Pronoun

Specific Pronouns Les pronoms
Personal Pronouns

y and en
y to refer to a place to which one is going
en to refer to a place from which one is coming
A and en with means of transportation
en when talking about riding in enclosed conveyance
a to discuss means of transporation requiring standing or straddling
(a cheval, a ski, a bicyclette)

Relative Pronouns
qui and que

Personal Pronouns

Personal Subject Pronouns

Interrogative Pronouns

Demonstrative Pronouns

Stressed Pronouns

Imperative and Personal Pronouns

Direct Object Pronouns

Indirect Object Pronouns

Reflexive Pronouns

Negative Pronouns

On third-person singular pronoun

Pronouns and Questions

The position of en with personal pronouns
LES PRONOMS University of Houston

Pronouns
Nouns
Elements of Grammar

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