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Par Hannah et Heather Pronoms Relatifs. Just as in English, a French relative pronoun links a dependent/relative clause (a clause that cannot stand alone)

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1 Par Hannah et Heather Pronoms Relatifs

2 Just as in English, a French relative pronoun links a dependent/relative clause (a clause that cannot stand alone) to a main clause. Que, qui, lequel, dont,& où are the French relative pronouns.

3 qui who, which, that whom subject, for people and things, object of preposition que (qu) whom, which, that object of verb, for people and things ce qui what (that which) subject ce que what (that which) object of verb dont of whom, of which, whose for people and things ce dont what (that of which) with expressions taking de oùoù where, in which, on which expressions of location

4 Qui – who, which, that : replaces the direct object (person or thing) Oú est lenfant qui sest fait mal? –Where is the child (who) hurt himself? Trouvez le chat qui habite dans la cave. –Find the cat (that) lives in the basement. Que – whom, which, that : replaces the direct object of a verb (persons and things) Cest lactrice que nous avons vue hier soir. –She is the actress whom we saw last night. Voici les phrases qu il a traduites. –Here are the sentences that he translated.

5 Dont – of whom, of which, whose : replaces the person or thing after de. Always use dont with: Avoir besoin de Parler de Avoir peur de Se souvenir de Se servir de Avoir honte de Reveiller de Faire de la connaissance de Connaissez-vous le sculpteur dont tout le monde parle? –Do you know the sculptor everyone is talking about? Donnez-lui les choses dont elle a besoin. –Give her the things she needs (of which she has need). Où est l'homme dont tu as acheté la voiture ? –Where is the man whose car you bought?

6 Ce qui – what (=that which) : subject of a verb Ce qui m'intéresse dans ce film, c'est la musique. – What interests me in this film is the music. Je ne sais pas ce qui s'est passé. –I don't know what happened. Ce que – what (=that which) : direct object of a verb Tu peux faire ce que tu veux. –You can do what you want. Ce qu'ils font me semble utile. – What they are doing seems useful.

7 Ce dont – what (=that which) : replaces the person or thing after de Voilà ce dont j'ai besoin! –There's what I need! Ce dont tu rêves est impossible à réaliser. – What you are dreaming of is impossible to do. Où – place and time La boulangerie où j'ai travaillé est à côté de la banque. –The bakery where I worked is next to the bank. Lundi, c'est le jour où nous faisons les achats. –Monday is the day that we do our shopping.

8 1.) Here is the juice you ordered. Voice le jus _____ vous avez commandé. Que 2.) Where is the book you mentioned? Où est le livre _____ tu as mentionné? Que 3.) Thursday? Thats the day I saw him. Jeudi? Cest le jour ____ je lai vu. Où 4.) Shes the singer whose dog we found. Elle est la chanteuse ____ nous avons trouvé le chien. Dont 5.) Thats the man I dreamed about. Cest lhomme ____ jai rêvé. Dont

9 6.) I know a man who speaks Russian fluently. Je connais un homme _____ parle le russe couramment. Qui 7.) Do you see the boys who found my bike? Vois-tu les garçons _____ ont trouvé mon vélo ? Qui 8.) The moment he arrived… Linstant ____ il est arrive… Où 9.)Give him what he will need in order to live alone in an apartment. Donnez-lui il aura besoin pour vivre seul dans un appartement. Ce dont 10.) Everything that is good for one's health is not necessarily good to eat. Tout est bon pour la santé n'est pas nécessairement agréable à manger. Ce qui 11.) That's what I will never accept. Voilà je n'accepterai jamais Ce que

10 Lequel, Laquelle, Lesquels, Lesquelles, & Tout Par Pierre

11 Lequel (which means which) I.It has to agree in gender and number with the noun it replaces: singularplural masclequellesquels femlaquelle lesquelles

12 Lequel can be either an interrogative pronoun or a relative pronoun: As an interrogative pronoun, lequel replaces quel + noun. Quel livre veux-tu? Lequel veux-tu?Which one do you want? Je veux la pomme là- bas. Laquelle?Which one? Je pense à mon frère. Auquel penses-tu? Which one are you thinking about?

13 As a relative pronoun, lequel replaces an object of a preposition that is a thing. (If the object of the preposition is a person, use qui). Le livre dans lequel j'ai écrit.The book in which I wrote. La ville à laquelle je songe. The town about which I'm dreaming Le cinéma près duquel j'ai mangé. The theater near which I ate.

14 Tout The pronoun tout can be used with indefinite relative pronouns, and changes the meaning to "everything" or "all. Tout ce qui brille n'est pas or. All that glitters is not gold. Tout ce qu'il écrit est amusant. Everything he writes is funny. J'ai tout ce dont j'ai envie.I have everything I want


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