Pronouns and Adjectives: 2nd Person Singular

Pronoms personnels et adjectifs

French has so many different personal pronouns and adjectives that it can be difficult to remember what they all mean and who goes with what. Here are all of the second person singular personal pronouns and adjectives with examples and links to lessons.

Subject pronountu   
 Où es-tu ?Where are you?
Reflexive pronountet’  
 Tu te parles.
Tu dois t’asseoir.
You’re talking to yourself.
You need to sit down.
Direct object pronountet’  
 Il te connaît.
Je t’aime.
He knows you.
I love you.
Indirect object pronountet’  
 Je te parle.
Il t’envoie un cadeau.
I’m talking to you.
He’s sending you a present.
Stressed pronountoi   
 C’est pour toi.It’s for you.
Possessive pronounsle tienla tienneles tiensles tiennes
 Ce sont les tiens.These are yours.
Possessive adjectivestontates 
 Voilà ton papa.
Je connais ta sœur.
Il aime tes idées.
There’s your dad.
I know your sister.
He likes your ideas.

French personal pronouns and adjectives

First person singular First person plural
Second person singular Second person plural
Third person singular Third person plural

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