Subject pronouns in french
Here’s a lesson on Subject Pronouns in French with examples:
Subject Pronouns in French are used to replace the subject of a sentence and indicate who or what is performing the action. The subject pronouns in French are: “je”, “tu”, “il/elle”, “nous”, “vous”, “ils/elles”.
- “je” is used to refer to the first person singular, i.e. “I”.
- “tu” is used to refer to the second person singular informal, i.e. “you”.
- “il/elle” is used to refer to the third person singular, i.e. “he” or “she”.
- “nous” is used to refer to the first person plural, i.e. “we”.
- “vous” is used to refer to the second person plural and formal singular, i.e. “you”.
- “ils/elles” is used to refer to the third person plural, i.e. “they”.
- “Je parle français.” (I speak French.)
- “Tu aimes la musique.” (You like music.)
- “Il est français.” (He is French.)
- “Nous allons à l’école.” (We are going to school.)
- “Vous êtes enseignants.” (You are teachers.)
- “Ils sont amis.” (They are friends.)
It’s important to practice using subject pronouns in context to become more familiar with their usage.
Practice constructing sentences with different subject pronouns, in different tenses and with different verbs.
I hope this lesson with examples helps with your French teaching!