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1Subjects and Subject Pronouns le français IChapitre 1Grammaire 1
2Sentences with nouns as subjects Sentences with pronouns as subjects Nouns and PronounsSentences with nouns as subjectsSentences with pronouns as subjectsCarole sings well.Carole chante bien.Simon is blond.Simon est blond.Laura is a friend.Laura est une amie.She sings well.Elle chante bien.He is blond.Il est blond.She is fifteen years old.Elle a quinze ans.
3Subject Pronouns je/j’ I tu you (familiar) il he elle she on one (people in general)(We don’t really use “one” in English very often, but the French use “on” to refer to groups of people such as Americans, Russians, etc. “On” is also used in spoken French to mean “we”.)nous wevous you(plural or formal)ils they(all male or mixed)elles they(all female)
4Use <<je>> before a word beginning with a consonant. Je or J’JeJ’Je m’appelle Robert.Use <<je>> before a word beginning with a consonant.J’ai quinze ans.Use <<j’>> before a word beginning with a vowel or silent h.
5Tu or Vous Tu a friend, family member or someone your own age Comment vas-tu, Pierre?Vousmore than one person or an adult who you do not call by their first nameComment allez-vous, monsieur Tremblay?