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what are the subject pronouns in the french language?

  • French - ,

    je = I
    tu = you (familiar, singular = you are on a first-name basis with this person)
    il = he (or it, for a masculine singular noun, like "livre")
    elle = she (or it, for a feminine singular noun, like "maison")
    on = one (freely translated as "we, they")

    nous = we
    vous = you (could be singular & formal like someone you call Mr., Ms, Miss, Mrs OR could be plural, like "you-all)
    ils = they (people or things that are masculine plural, or one masculine and many females)
    elles = they (ONLY feminine plural people or things)

    Sra (aka Mme)

  • French - ,

    P.S. Also look below at French for Mischa in the Related Questions.

    Sra (aka Mme)

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