Some of these sentences are a bit silly as in order to know whether a particular sentence requires a direct or an indirect object pronoun, I need to s

JamesC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Some of these sentences are a bit silly as in order to know whether a particular sentence requires a direct or an indirect object pronoun, I need to s

Some of these sentences are a bit silly as in order to know whether a particular sentence requires a direct or an indirect object pronoun, I need to see more of the sentence. I'm getting marked down for things I can't see until the next slide. 

Asked 1 year ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi James, 

Like Chris, I have done the exercise and the only object pronouns that I  found are three indirect pronouns displayed as follows -

1. ... and I showed her the different models -----> et je lui ai montré les différents modèles 

[verbe = montrer quelque chose à quelqu'un ]

2. She replied [to me ]-----> elle m'a répondu 

[verbe =répondre à quelqu'un]

3. But when I explained [to her] -----> Mais quand je lui ai expliqué 

[verbe = expliquer quelque chose à quelqu'un]

Bonne Continuation

 

ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

I had a look at the exercise, and I couldn't find what you are referring to. All the sentences (or parts thereof) seem to be well defined and answerable with the information available. Can you be more specific?

Some of these sentences are a bit silly as in order to know whether a particular sentence requires a direct or an indirect object pronoun, I need to s

Some of these sentences are a bit silly as in order to know whether a particular sentence requires a direct or an indirect object pronoun, I need to see more of the sentence. I'm getting marked down for things I can't see until the next slide. 

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