De l'emploi des pronoms, tels que « il », « en », « y », « ceci », « moi », « le tiens », « quoi », « rien », etc.

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When to use the pronoun en?

Which one is the correct sentence? If both are wrong, what is the correct way to say it? La personne A peut transmettre alors que la personne B ne peut pas. La personne A peut transmettre ...
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Qui and its uses

My French teacher recently told me that the interrogative qui can be used both as an interrogate as well as taking the place of a pronoun. I may be incorrectly interpreting what she said and this may ...
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D'aucuns vs. aucun

How comes does d'aucuns mean some while aucun means none? Example: Comme d’aucuns le disent, ...: As some people say, ... Aucun Anglais ne demanderait ça: No Englishman would ask this
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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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Does “eux” stand for “them” or for “they”?

I came about the French word "eux". I'm a bit confused of the proper usage of the word. Is it "them" or "they", or do the usages not correspond? When is eux used in French?
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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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Faire causative : Pronom indirect et non pas un pronom emphatique ?

Ce qui suit est issu de la P164 de Advanced French Grammar de V Mazet : If both the object and the subject of the infinitive are named in the sentence, the subject is relpaced by the indirect ...