Direct object pronouns - me, te, le…
This Revision Bite will give you practice in using direct object pronouns me, te, le, la... in French.
A direct object pronoun replaces a noun that is the object of a sentence. The direct object pronouns in French are:
The pronoun comes before all parts of the verb:
If the verb is followed by a verb in the infinitive, the pronoun comes before the infinitive:
Before a vowel or a silent h, me changes to m', te changes to t', le and la change to l':
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