Personal Pronouns

French personal pronouns
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Pronoms personnels

Personal pronouns have different forms to match the different grammatical persons they replace. There are five different kinds of French personal pronouns, some of which are identical, which can make it tricky to grasp which is which.

Click the links for detailed lessons on each type of personal pronoun, or test yourself on using them below. If you have trouble with these, be sure to bookmark The Pronommeur for easy look-ups in the future.

Subject Reflexive Direct Object Indirect Object Stressed
je me (moi) me (moi) me (moi) moi
tu te (toi) te (toi) te (toi) toi
il se le lui lui
elle se la lui elle
on se     soi
nous nous nous nous nous
vous vous vous vous vous
ils se les leur eux
elles se les leur elles

 The reflexive and object pronouns me and te sometimes take on their stressed forms moi and toi in the imperative.

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French personal pronouns

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