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Translate the sentence you see in to French.

We see you. (familiar)

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Which of the following sentences is the sentence you see below, with a direct object pronoun replacing the direct object noun?

Vous préparez le repas.
Vous vous préparez.
Vous la préparez.
Vous le préparez.
Vous les préparez.


Question 3 3 points Save
Rewrite the sentence you see using a direct object pronoun for the direct object noun.

Je regarde la télé.


Question 4 5 points Save
Translate the sentence you see in to French.

You see me.

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Question 5 5 points Save
Translate the sentence you see in to French.

I see you (familiar, singular).

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Question 6 3 points Save
Rewrite the sentence you see using a direct object pronoun for the direct object noun.

Tu invites Suzanne.


Question 7 3 points Save
Rewrite the sentence you see using a direct object pronoun for the direct object noun.

Elles mettent le lait dans le frigo.


Question 8 2 points Save
Which of the following sentences is the sentence you see below, with a direct object pronoun replacing the direct object noun?

J'étudie le français.
Je le étudie.
Je l'étudie.
J'étudie le.
J'étudie les.


Question 9 2 points Save
Which of the following sentences is the sentence you see below, with a direct object pronoun replacing the direct object noun?

Elle fait les devoirs.
Elle le fait.
Elle les fait.
Elle fait les.
Elle fait le.


Question 10 2 points Save
Which of the following sentences is the sentence you see below, with a direct object pronoun replacing the direct object noun?

Il voit son père.
Il le voit.
Il voit le.
Il son le voit.
Il le son voit.


Question 11 3 points Save
Rewrite the sentence you see using a direct object pronoun for the direct object noun.

Ils chantent les chansons.


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Which of the following sentences is the sentence you see below, with a direct object pronoun replacing the direct object noun?

Nous regardons le match.

Nous nous regardons.
Nous les regardons.
Nous la regardons.
Nous le regardons.

  • French -

    This is a HELP site, but not a DO site. You must do what you can and then post the questions you have, or ask us to proofread. Since I see no effort on YOUR part, I will not answer these until you try.

    Since you are working with Direct-Object Pronouns, I will show you what they look like: in French (and in English)
    me/m' (me)
    te/t' (you, familiar & singular)
    le/l' (him or it, masculine singular thing)
    la/l' (her or it, feminine singular thing)
    se/s' (himself, herself)
    nous (us, first person plural)
    vous (you, singular formal or plural)
    les (them - all masculine or masculine & feminine mixed or even feminine plural)
    se/s' (themselves)

    Personal Object Pronouns are placed in front of the verb of which they are the object (usually a conjugated verb) EXCEPT with the affirmative command.
    When you get to affirmative commands and/or Indirect-Object Pronouns, there will be more to tell you.

    Sra (aka Mme)

  • French -

    French language has direct object pronouns, words that replace the direct object. Direct object pronouns take the place of the direct object nouns. While the direct object noun follows the verb, the pronoun is placed in front of it, for example: tu prends l’avion (you take the airplane), tu le prends (you take it).
    SINGULAR
    me/m' (me)
    te (you familar)
    vous (you formal)
    le (l'), la (l')(him, her)
    (PLURAL
    nous (us)
    vous (you)
    les (people them)

    Note: Me, te, and le/la change to m', t', and l' in front of a vowel or mute h.

    Examples in French:
    3. Je le mange. I'm eating it.
    Il la voit. He sees her.
    Je t'aime. I love you.
    Tu m'aimes. You love me.

  • French -

    Je vois te.

  • French -

    Vous le préparez

  • French -

    1: Il le voit.
    2: Vous le préparez
    3:Ils les chantent.
    4:Je la regarde.
    5:Elles le mettent dans le frigo.
    6: Nous le regardons
    7:Elle les fait
    11:Tu l'invites.
    12:Je l'étudie
    You're on your own for the rest! ;D Good luck.

  • French -

    hell

  • French -

    kuj

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