Ordering French direct and indirect object pronouns
Place the object pronoun before the verb if you are using one pronoun only.
If you use two different pronouns — usually you only use a maximum of two within a sentence —..
A French partitive article is used before a noun. There is no strict equivalent in English, but sometimes it is translated as “some.” Unlike in English, in French you will need an article before a noun 99 percent of the time.
A French article comes before a noun. It is the equivalent of the and an/a.
Unlike English, 99 percent of the time, you’ll need to use an article in French!
Le, la, and les are definite articles and designate specific..
These relative pronouns work the same as que, qui, and dont, but they can be combined with demonstrative ce and mean “the thing” or “what.” They are used when there is no specific..
A relative pronoun is used to link two sentences together that have some words in common to avoid repetition. Unlike in English, relative pronouns in French cannot be omitted. Choosing the correct relative pronoun depends on..