• Learn some fundamentals of French grammar: emphatic pronouns, object pronouns, and demonstrative pronouns.

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    Subject pronouns

    1. je, tu, il, elle ...
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    Emphatic pronouns

    1. moi, toi ... elles, eux ...
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    The pronouns "en" and "y"

    1. "j'y vais" ... "on s'en va"
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    Demonstrative pronouns

    1. celui-ci, celles-ci ...
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    Indirect object pronouns

    1. Je lui donne un cadeau.
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    Direct object pronouns

    1. Je prends le pantalon vert. Je le prends.
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    The relative pronouns "qui", "que" and "où"

    1. Le gâteau que je mange...
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    The relative pronouns "ce qui" and "ce que"

    1. Ce que j'apprécie le plus...
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    The pronouns "tout" and "tous"

    1. C'est tout ?
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    The possessive pronouns "le mien", "le tien" and "le sien"

    1. le mien, tien...
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    The possessive pronouns "le nôtre", "le vôtre" and "le leur"

    1. le nôtre, le vôtre ...
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    The use of "chacun" and "chacune"

    1. Chacun de nous...
    2. Chacune de mes amies...
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    The relative pronoun "dont"

    1. La femme dont il est amoureux...
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    The relative pronoun "lequel"

    1. Le bureau dans lequel je travaille...
    2. La pièce dans laquelle je travaille...
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