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    Mum -Children, where are ? Dad -Look! are hidden behind the fence.
    Lucy is a painter. is an artist.
    Why is Robert sleeping? Because is very tired.
    Hello Mark! Hello Tom! Where are going? Hello Jenny! are going to school.


    2. Pronoms personnels compléments

           This house is too expensive for me       (cette maison est trop chère pour moi)

           I know Sonia, do you know her?             (la connais-tu?)

           I don't know Tom, do you know him?    (le connais-tu?)

           This cake is very good, I like it.              (je l' aime)

         We are going out, would you like to come with us?    (aimeriez-vous venir avec nous?)

           Hurry up! We are waiting for you.          (nous vous attendons)

           The birds are singing, can you hear them?     (les entends-tu ?)

               Le pronom personnel complément est toujours placé après le verbe

                    [ je la connais => I know her]

    The film was so sad that it made cry.

    This knife is dangerous, give to me please.
    It's Jane's birthday, I'm going to buy a present.
    Our daughters are very nice, we love a lot.


    3. Pronoms possessifs

    This is my car, it's mine       (c'est la mienne)        These books are mine   (les miens)

                          This is your car, it's yours    (c'est la tienne)                                                       are yours  (les tiens)

                          This is her car, it's hers         (c'est la sienne, possesseur f.)                            are hers  (les siens)

                          This is his car, it's his             (c'est la sienne, possesseur m.)                          are his       (les siens)

                          This is our car, it's ours       (c'est la nôtre)                                                          are ours     (les nôtres)

                        This is your car, it's yours     (c'est la vôtre)                                                         are yours   (les vôtres)

                          This is their car, it's theirs     (c'est la leur)                                                           are theirs    (les leurs)


    John,is grammar book interesting? is too difficult for me.
    I can't find pencil, can I use , Sonia?
    My sons are lazy, so every morning I make bed, and then I make
    We love this house, but we can't buy . It is too expensive for .


    4. Pronoms réfléchis

          -- Lorsque le  complément est le même que le sujet on emploie un pronom réfléchi.

               He washes his car himself        (il lave sa voiture lui-même)

               She is looking at herself in the mirror  (elle se regarde dans le miroir)

            Did you do your homework yourself  (as-tu fait tes devoirs toi-même)

             I hurt myself playing rugby. (je me suis blessé en jouant au rugby)

    I hit with a hammer.


    The cat cleans with its paw.
    Our cousin only thinks of . He is an egoist.

    Tom you have forgotten the flowers! They are not going to water .

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