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1 Les Pronoms compléments d’objet FSF1d/FSF2D?FSF3U

2 Pronoms object Direct An object is called direct if it comes directly after the verbAn object is called direct if it comes directly after the verb L’artiste chante la chanson.L’artiste chante la chanson. Il prend la décisionIl prend la décision In French, the direct object pronoun replaces the direct object noun, but is placed before the verb.In French, the direct object pronoun replaces the direct object noun, but is placed before the verb. L’artiste la chanteL’artiste la chante Il la prend.Il la prend.

3 Pronoms object Direct The direct object pronoun agrees in gender and number with the nous.The direct object pronoun agrees in gender and number with the nous. We have two forms of the direct pronoun youWe have two forms of the direct pronoun you  the informal : te and the formal or plural: vous.  the informal : te and the formal or plural: vous. In French le, la, les can replace both people and things.In French le, la, les can replace both people and things. Les refers to both masc. and fem.Les refers to both masc. and fem. Me, te, le, la become m’, t’, l ’ before vowels and sometimes hMe, te, le, la become m’, t’, l ’ before vowels and sometimes h

4 Pronoms object Direct SIngularPlural Me (m’)  meNous  us Te (t’)  you (informal)Vous  you (plural or formal) Le (l’)  him or it (masc.)Les  them (masc. and fem.) La (l’)  her pr ot (fem.)

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6 Pronom d’objet indirect The indirect object pronoun replaces only animate objects. (people, animals)The indirect object pronoun replaces only animate objects. (people, animals) Inanimate ideas and things are replaced with y and en.Inanimate ideas and things are replaced with y and en. SingularPlural Me (m’)  meNous  us Te (t’)  you (informal)Vous  you (formal or plural) Lui  him/herLeur  (masc. or fem.

7 Pronom d’objet indirect The object is indirect when the verb is controlled by a preposition (parler à, répondre à)The object is indirect when the verb is controlled by a preposition (parler à, répondre à) The indirect object noun is placed before the conjugated verb and before the avoir in the conjugated tenses.The indirect object noun is placed before the conjugated verb and before the avoir in the conjugated tenses. Tu parles au journaliste  Tu lui parlesTu parles au journaliste  Tu lui parles Vous écrivez à l’agent  Vous lui écrivezVous écrivez à l’agent  Vous lui écrivez Although the past participle agrees in number and gender with a direct object, it never does with an indirect object pronounAlthough the past participle agrees in number and gender with a direct object, it never does with an indirect object pronoun

8 Le pronom ‘y’ Y is an indirect object pronoun that precedes the verb. It usually replaces an inanimate object (thing or idea) Y is an indirect object pronoun that precedes the verb. It usually replaces an inanimate object (thing or idea) The object replaced by Y is considered indirect because it is preceded by a preposition, usually à or surThe object replaced by Y is considered indirect because it is preceded by a preposition, usually à or sur Elle répond à l’annonce.  Elle y répond.Elle répond à l’annonce.  Elle y répond. Nous pensons à la situation.  Nous y pensons.Nous pensons à la situation.  Nous y pensons. In the passé composé, the pronoun Y is placed before the auxiliary verb. (the past participle does not agree in gender or number)In the passé composé, the pronoun Y is placed before the auxiliary verb. (the past participle does not agree in gender or number)

9 Le pronom en EN is an indirect object pronoun that precedes the verb. It usually replaces an inanimate object preceded by de. EN is an indirect object pronoun that precedes the verb. It usually replaces an inanimate object preceded by de. In the passé composé, EN is placed before the auxiliary verb. The past particible does not agree in gender and number with the indirect object EN.In the passé composé, EN is placed before the auxiliary verb. The past particible does not agree in gender and number with the indirect object EN. Il a parlé de sa nouvelle idée.  Il en a parléIl a parlé de sa nouvelle idée.  Il en a parlé Je me suis approché des ramparts  Je m;en suis approchéJe me suis approché des ramparts  Je m;en suis approché


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