posted by kayla on .
i don't understand whats the differnce when using relative pronouns- qui, que, dont, ce qui, ce que, ce dont
Give me a few minutes to find it somewhere on my computer. If I can't I'll retype it for you.
Sra (aka Mme)
I found it but often "cut and paste" does not work here. If it doesn't, I will retype:
Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. To answer your questions first:
Lise a envie de voir sa mère. (direct object) = Lise a envie de la voir.
Elle pense souvent à sa mère. = (with disjunctive pronoun) Elle pense souvent à elle.
More about relative pronouns. (summary)
qui = who, which, that, whom = subject (for persons and things) OR object of preposition, for persons
que (qu') = whom, which, that = object of verb (for persons and things)
lequel, laquelle, lesquels, lesquelles = which = objct of prepositions, for things
dont = of whom, of which, whose = for persons and things
où = where, in which, on which = expressions of location
ce qui = what/that which = subject
ce que (ce qu') = what/ that which = object of verb
ce don't = what/that of which = with expressions taking "de"
You may not have met all of them yet so I didn't give you anything in depth but you'll have a "preview" of what is to come!