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11 September 2016
Could you give a reminder/link re: lui vs. elle?
I had the question Translate "She misses Jacques". I chose "Jacques elle manque" (wrong) instead of "Jacques lui manque". The lesson states "...or to use pronouns (i.e. I, you, he, we, they... miss), you will use me/te/lui/nous/vous/leur before manquer.". Would it be possible to add a link to the relevant lesson about pronouns at the bottom of the lesson? It would be helpful to reference this, to understand which pronoun to use in this instance. Thanks.
This question relates to:French lesson "Manquer (à) = To miss someone/something emotionally"
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12 September 2016
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