Simply so, how do you use pronouns in French?
The French subject pronouns are: je (j’), tu, il, elle, on in the singular, and nous, vous, ils, elles in the plural. To say you in French , use tu if you are talking to one person you know well or to a young person. Use vous if you are talking to one person you do not know so well or to more than one person.
One may also ask, how do you use direct and indirect pronouns in French? French is more strict than English: if the pronoun is a direct object , you have to use ‘le’, ‘la’ or ‘les’, if it’s indirect , you have to use ‘lui’ or ‘leur’. I give her flowers every day. and conclude ‘The French for ‘her’ is ‘la’, I’ll write Je la donne des fleurs chaque jour’, which is wrong.
Also to know is, how do direct object pronouns work in French?
The French direct object pronouns are : me (m’), te (t’), le/la (l’) in the singular, and nous, vous, les in the plural. Except in orders and instructions telling someone to do something, the direct object pronoun comes before the verb.
What does Y replace in French?
The adverbial pronoun y can replace a place or the object of the preposition à. Y is most commonly equivalent to “there,” but may also be translated by a preposition plus “it.” Nous allons à la plage. Alix nous y attend.