Pronouns and Adjectives: 3rd 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 third person singular personal pronouns and adjectives with examples and links to lessons.

Subject pronounsilelleon 
 Il est prêt.
Elle a raison.
On part demain.
He’s ready.
She’s right.
We’re leaving tomorrow.
Reflexive pronounses’  
 Il se lève.
Elle s’habille.
He’s getting up.
She’s getting dressed.
Direct object pronounslelal’ 
 Il le fait.
Je la connais.
Nous l’avons.
He’s doing it.
I know her.
We have it.
Indirect object pronounlui   
 Nous lui parlons.We’re talking to him/her.
Stressed pronounsluiellesoi 
 Lui, il ne sait rien.
C’est pour lui..
Chacun pour soi.
Him, he doesn’t know anything.
It’s for her.
Every man for himself.
Possessive pronounsle sienla sienneles siensles siennes
 Ce sont les siens.These are his/hers.
Possessive adjectivessonsases 
 Voilà son fils.
C’est sa sœur.
Où sont ses clés ?
There’s his/her son.
That’s his/her sister.
Where are his/her keys?

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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