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Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns

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Samantha Uebel

on 4 October 2012

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Transcript of Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns

Direct and Indirect
Object Pronouns Direct object pronouns (i.e. him, her, it, them in English) replace their corresponding direct objects

Ex. I eat the apple - I eat it Direct Object Pronouns In English En français Les pronoms d'objets direct en français sont:
masculin: le
feminin: la
pluriel: les
Le genre de l'objet determine si c'est le, la, ou les Ex. Je mange la pomme - Je la mange In English the D.O.P comes after the verb; however in French it comes right before the verb. Cool, huh?! Indirect Object Pronouns In English Indirect objects are easily recognized because
they always takes a preposition (e.g. to, for, from, etc.). Ex. John gives the apple to Bob - John gives the apple to him En Français The preposition is built into the pronoun. Ex. Jean donne la pomme à Robert - Jean lui donne la pomme lui = to him / to her me you Direct Object Pronouns Compare Indirect Object Pronouns me me te him / her / it us le / la lui nous nous you all
(you formal) Them vous vous les leur The boy gives the apple to the teacher He gives it to him In this sentence we see a direct (it) and an indirect (to him) object pronouns being used Il le lui donne In French the direct object (le) always comes BEFORE the indirect object (lui) when both are present in a sentence. More Examples Direct Object Pronouns 1. Il trouve le pain - Il le trouve
2. Elle cherche les fraises - Elle les cherche
3. Ils préparent le dîner - Ils le préparent Indirect Object Pronouns 1. Je parle à Paul - Je lui parle
2. Nous donnons du lait aux enfants - Nous leur donnons du lait
3. Le père achète du chocolat pour sa fille - Le père lui achète du chocolat Both Together 1. Il fait les courses pour sa mère - Il les lui fait
2. Est-ce que vous donnez le café à votre ami? - Est-ce que vous le lui donnez?
3. Tu vas acheter le melon pour Luci? - Tu vas le lui acheter? Next Slide Next Slide Next Slide Next Slide Next Slide Assignment http://capone.mtsu.edu/ss4t/Site/Assessment.html Click on the following link to take you to the assessment page.
On that page you will download the worksheet and fill it out accordingly. Please be sure to include your name and the date and save the file as a .doc file. Once you have completed the assignment please attach it to an email to me with the subject heading of "Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns Worksheet." Merci, Mme Uebel End Here is the rubric for this exercise: http://capone.mtsu.edu/ss4t/Site/Rubric.html Here is a chart to help you decide which pronoun to use. Notice the the 'me, us, and you all' forms do not change. te
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