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Position des pronoms dans « je la laisse le finir » ou « je le lui laisse finir »

Ceci est issu de la page 226 de Schaum's Outline of French Grammar, 5e edition de Mary Crocker. Laisser and Verbs of Perception plus the Infinitive After the verb laisser and after the verbs ...
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Why is “Y penses-tu?” correct and “Penses-y tu?” wrong?

I was solving a test on y vs. en, and there was a question: Penses-tu à ton chien ? En penses-tu ? Y penses-tu ? Penses-en tu ? Penses-y tu ? and I choose "Penses-y tu?" ...
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Place du pronom en présence d'un verbe conjugué et l'infinitif

Cette exception est issue des pages 162-163 de Advanced French Grammar de V. Mazet. With certain verbs, the placement doesn't follow the normal rules mentioned earlier. With faire faire, laisser ...
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How to replace two nouns with pronouns?

For the sentence Jean va apporter des pralines à Marie is this ok to write “Jean va lui apporter en” instead of “Jean va lui en apporter”? I am facing this confusion as for the sentence ...
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How does the word “en” change meaning and proper ordering?

I came across this sentence: J'en suis encore malade… I was wondering about the structure and usage of en. Could the following sentences convey the same meaning? As a beginner, I would tend to ...
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The order of direct and indirect object pronouns

If we have both of them in a sentence, what's the order of them generally? For example: Tu leur donnes des billets gratuits ? — Oui, je leur les donne. ou — Oui, je les leur donne. ...