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Practice of Personnal & Object pronouns JC Level and LC Ordinary Level

Je I, when taking about myself
Tu You (singular and familiar)
Il He or it masculine
Elle She or it (feminine)
On One or We (familiar)
Nous We or Someone else & I or Us/To us
Vous You (plural or formal) or Someone else & you or You/To you
Ils They (all masculine or mixed)
Elles They (all Feminine)
What pronoun would you use for...La femme Elle
What pronoun would you use for...Un chien Il
What pronoun would you use for...Le salon Il
What pronoun would you use for...La voiture Elle
Moi Me
Toi You
Lui/Elle Him/her
Eux Them
Chez moi At my house
Chez toi At your house
Chez lui/chez elle At his/her house
Chez nous At our house
Chez vous At your house (plural)
Chez eux At their house
Chez elles At their house (only females)
Me, m' Me or To me
Te, t' You or To you
Le (as a pronoun), l' Him
La (as a pronoun), l' Her
Lui To him or To her
Les (as a pronoun) Them
Leur (as a pronoun) To them
Se, s' (as a pronoun) To himself/To herself, To themselves
en (as a pronoun) of it, of him/her, of them....
y (as a pronoun) There
Celui The one of (masc) or X's one
Celle The one of (fem) or X's one
Ceux The ones of (masc)
Celles The ones of (fem)
Le mien, la mienne, les miens, les miennes Mine
Le tien, la tienne, les tiens, les tiennes Yours (Sing/familiar)
Le sien, la sienne, les siens, les siennes His/hers
Le/la notre, les notres Ours
Le/la votre, les votres Yours (Plu/formal)
Le leur, les leurs Theirs
Il nous l'a donné He gave it to us
Nous le leur avons demandé We asked it to them
On en a besoin We have the need of it
Les jouets de l'enfant The kid's toys
La maison de ma grand mere My grand mother's house
Le livre de Jean John's book
Created by: Patrick Desprez