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I'm having trouble with que, qui, dont, and où. For the following sentences, did I choose the correct response? It sometimes seems like these are interchangeable.

  1. Twilight est l’histoire d’un vampire et d’une jeune fille (que / qui / dont) tombent amoureux.

  2. C’est un endroit (que / dont / ) tout le monde aime aller.

  3. L’homme (que / dont / qui) tu as peur habite près de chez moi. (avoir peur de = to be afraid of)

  4. Le cours (que / qui / dont) je déteste, c’est les mathématiques.

  5. Ils ont vu quelqu’un (que / qui / dont) nous ne connaissons pas.

  6. Il n’y a rien (que / dont / qui) fonctionne dans cette voiture. qui / dont

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    It's all correct, and "dont" doesn't work in the last one. It does look a little like homework though, it's not really a question. – Teleporting Goat Apr 10 '17 at 5:23
  • and they are interchangeable in none of your examples. Only the bold replies are possible. – jlliagre Apr 10 '17 at 8:17
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    Vote to delete. There are no examples, no sentences, nothing. Let's delete this. – Lambie Apr 10 '17 at 14:42
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  • I asked for closure with the already proposed "unclear what you're asking" motive, but also I disagree with questions being asked with the obvious purpose of having one's homework done for them. – Laure Apr 10 '17 at 15:52
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Anonymous, nous ne sommes pas là pour faire tes devoirs... Profitons-en pour travailler ton français.

Il s'agit de pronoms relatifs. En l'occurrence, il ne manque que "quoi", et tu as les 5 pronoms relatifs invariables (qui, que, quoi, dont, où). Les pronoms relatifs servent à introduire une proposition subordonnée relative. principaux usages:

qui: sujet (1.) ou complément d'objet indirect (COI) pour une personne (Twilight est l’histoire d’un vampire de qui une jeune fille tombe amoureuse.

que: complément d'objet direct (COD, 4.)

quoi: relatif à un complément qui est une chose (il est difficile d'expliquer l'utilisation de ce pronom, ce en quoi on pourra plus efficacement donner un exemple. Avec tout ce travail en français, Anonymous a de quoi faire.)

dont: COI (3.)

où: complément circonstanciel de lieu (2.) voire de temps (l'époque où se déroule cette histoire...)

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