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Mardi 26 avril 2011. Today we are going to use pronouns that function as indirect pronouns. We are going to learn how to make the distinction between direct and indirect complements and pronouns. Livre: 4 p. 241 7 et 8 page 242. Pierre a envoyé un paquet à son père.

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mardi 26 avril 2011
Mardi 26 avril 2011
  • Today we are going to use pronouns that function as indirect pronouns.
  • We are going to learn how to make the distinction between direct and indirect complements and pronouns.

Livre: 4 p. 241

7 et 8 page 242

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Pierre a envoyé un paquet à son père

This sentence has two OBJECTS. One is having the action done “directly” to it, the other is “receiving” the action. The latter type is often accompanied by the word à = to

Indirect object

Direct object

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Subject Direct Object Indirect Object

metelelanousvouslesles

meteluiluinousvousleurleur

JeTuIlElleNousVousIlsElles

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Direct object pronouns replace a noun

that is not the subject of the verb.

plural

singular

me / m’

- me

nous

- us

te/ t’

- you

vous

- you

le / l’

- him / it (masc.)

les

- them

la / l’

- her / it (fem.)

direct objects
Direct objects.

Il aime ses parents.

Il lesaime

Qui est-ce qu’il aime?

Whomdoes he love?

  • Tu regardes la télévision
  • Tu la regardes
  • Qu’est-ce que tu regardes?
  • Whatdo you watch?
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Indirect object pronouns are used to

replace a noun that would be introduced

with the preposition à.

plural

singular

me / m’

- (to) me

nous

- (to) us

te/ t’

- (to) you

vous

- (to) you

lui

- (to) him/her/it

leur

- (to) them

Complete exercise on worksheet

indirect objects
Indirect objects
  • Je parle à mon frère
  • Je luiparle.
  • À qui est-ce que je parle?
  • To whomam I talking?
  • Je donne un cadeau à mes parents.
  • Je leurdonne un cadeau
  • À qui est-ce que je donne un cadeau?
  • To whomam I giving a gift?
verbes objets indirects
Verbes + Objets Indirects
  • Ecrire à
  • Parler à
  • Rendre visite à
  • Téléphoner à
  • Demander à
  • Dire à
  • Donner à
  • Emprunter à
  • Montrer à
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Can you guess how to say?

  • Talk to him!
  • Give her the book!
  • Don’t talk to them?
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Direct ou indirect?

  • COD ou COI

Direct object complement=

Complément d’ objet direct COD

Indirect Object complement

Complément d’ objet indirect COI