A Personal pronouns replaces a noun (the noun performing the action described by the verb). A personal pronoun replaces a noun (the noun performing the action described by the verb).
Personal pronouns have different forms to match the different grammatical persons they replace. There are five different kinds of French personal pronouns, some of which are identical, which can make it tricky to grasp which is which.
- Subject pronouns (Level 1)
- Reflexive pronouns (refer to Level 2)
- Direct object pronouns (refer to Level 3)
- Indirect object pronouns (refer to Level 3)
- Stressed pronouns (refer to Level 4)
- SUBJECT PRONOUNS: A subject pronoun is a personal pronoun that is used as the subject of a verb. In French , the subject pronouns are I (je), you (tu), he (il), she (elle), we (nous), you (vous), they (ils and elles).
il, elle, on
he, she, we/on
Practice Subject pronouns here: