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I need someone to review my work to make sure I'm doing this correctly.
I have to rewrite the following sentences replacing the direct object nouns with direct object pronouns.
1. Je veux voir Paul.
Je le veux voir.
2. Elle monte l'escalier.
Not sure on this one!
3. Je viens de manger le gateau.
Je le viens de manger.
4. Elle regardera mes enfants.
Elle les regardera.
5. Tu achetes les pull-overs.
Tu les achetes.
6.Vous donnerez le livre a Thomas.
Vous le donnerez a Thomas.
7. Le monsieur va porter le bebe.
Le monsieur le va porter.
8. Je prendrai la plus belle photo.
Je la prendria.
9. Le facteur apporte les lettres.
Le facteur les apporte.
10. Vous allez acheter le journal.
Vous le allez acheter.

  • french -

    The le/la has to come after the conjugated verb and before the verb in the infinitive

    eg.

    1) Je veux le voir

    If there is one verb then it goes between the pronoun and the verb (which u have done)

  • french -

    Like, say for #10, I would have to put "Vous allez le acheter."?

  • french -

    1. the question is "it is the object of WHICH verb? Of the infinitive here.

    2. I answered this one in your later post, which I saw first. Elle le monte.

    3. Je viens de le manger (not I just it ate, but I just ate it.)

    5. accent grave = achètes

    6. accent grave = à

    7. (bébé) = ...va le porter

    8. Je la pondrai (spelling problem in the answer = ia vs ai

    10. Don't forget the le or la becomes l' before a vowel = l'acheter.

    Sra (aka Mme)

  • french -

    1. Je veux voir Paul.
    Je veux le voir.
    2. Elle monte l'escalier.
    Elle le monte.
    3. Je viens de manger le gateau.
    Je viens l'ai mangé.
    4. Elle regardera mes enfants.
    Elle les regardera.
    5. Tu achetes les pull-overs.
    Tu les achetes.
    6.Vous donnerez le livre a Thomas.
    Vous le lui donnerez.
    7. Le monsieur va porter le bebe.
    Le monsieur va le porter.
    8. Je prendrai la plus belle photo.
    Je la prendria.
    9. Le facteur apporte les lettres.
    Le facteur les apporte.
    10. Vous allez acheter le journal.
    Vous allez le acheter.


    that was just a quick answer without revision or all of the necessary accents

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