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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #91041: Personal pronouns
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Pronouns [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Questions : how to ask them - Reflexive pronouns - One/ They/ People.... - Relative pronoun That - Each or Every - Personal pronouns - Possessive adjectives and pronouns. - Who-What-Which
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    Personal pronouns



    Les pronoms personnels


    pronoms sujets
    pronoms compléments
             I
                me
             you
                you
             he
                him
             she
                her
             it
                it
             we
                us
             you
                you
             they
                them


    • Les pronoms s'utilisent pour remplacer les noms.
    • Le pronom complément est toujours placé aprčs le verbe.

    Exemples:

    • Do you know him ?    (Le connaissez-vous ?)


    • I am waiting for them.    (Je les attends.)


    Consigne de l'exercice:   Remplace les mots en bleu par les pronoms personnels compléments convenables.





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    1. Everybody is looking at Pamela. She's so pretty! => Everybody is looking at !

    2. Sorry, I don't understand the answer. => I don't understand .

    3. He lives in Italy with his brother. => He lives with .

    4. My uncle often invites his neighbours. => He invites .

    5. Are you coming with Mary and me ? => Are you coming with ?

    6. My wife is writing a letter to Anna. => She is writing a letter to .

    7. Oh, is it for (I) ? => Is it for ?

    8. He does not agree with his parents. => He does not agree with .

    9. Take it, it is a present from Aunt Christine. => It's a present from .

    10. He spent two months in that cave. => He spent two months in .









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