Pronouns - PwLF super list (levels A1, A2, B1, B2)

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Level AchievementScore Lesson Feedback  
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Position of Double Pronouns in French - Indirect Object Pronoun + "en"
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Position of Double Pronouns in French - Direct Object Pronoun + Indirect Object Pronoun
A1 : Beginner   Nous vs on to say "we" in French (French Subject Pronouns)
B1 : Intermediate   Using neuter pronoun le to replace adjectives (French Direct Object Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Y = There (French Adverbial Pronouns)
B1 : Intermediate   Ce qui (vs ce que) = what/which (French Relative Pronouns)
B1 : Intermediate   Ce que (vs ce qui) = what/which (French Relative Pronouns)
A1 : Beginner   Ça = that/this/it (French Demonstrative Pronouns)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   French reflexive pronouns can be used to express reciprocity - "each other"
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using [French stress pronouns] + même(s) to express "myself/yourself/etc" in French
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Position of Double Pronouns in French - Direct Object Pronoun + "y"
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Position of French Object Pronouns - with negations
B1 : Intermediate   Y can replace à + [thing/object/location] (French Adverbial Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Position of French Object Pronouns - with simple tenses
B1 : Intermediate   Où can mean where AND when (French Relative Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Position of French Object Pronouns - with compound tenses
B1 : Intermediate   Position of French object and adverbial pronouns in negative commands in the imperative mood (L'Impératif) in French
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Position of Double Pronouns in French - in affirmative commands in the imperative mood (L'Impératif)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   En with quantities = Of them (French Adverbial Pronouns)
B1 : Intermediate   En can replace de + [phrase] (French Adverbial Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Me becomes moi in affirmative commands in the imperative mood (L'Impératif) in French
A1 : Beginner   Moi/toi/lui/elle = Me/you/him/her (French Stress Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Moi/toi/lui/elle/soi/nous/vous/eux/elles - advanced usages (French Stress Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using French Stress Pronouns in compound subjects and objects (unlike English)
B1 : Intermediate   Celui/celle/ceux/celles = the one(s) (French Demonstrative Pronouns)
B1 : Intermediate   Using French adverbial pronoun "en" in affirmative commands in the imperative mood (L'Impératif) in French
B1 : Intermediate   Using French adverbial pronoun "y" in affirmative commands in the imperative mood (L'Impératif) in French
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using object pronouns le/la/les vs lui/leur in affirmative commands in the imperative mood (L'Impératif) in French
B1 : Intermediate   Using neuter pronouns le or l' to refer to previously mentioned ideas (French Direct Object Pronouns)
A1 : Beginner   Il/elle/ils/elles = it/he/she/they (French Subject Pronouns)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Tout ce qui/Tout ce que = All/everything that (French Relative Pronouns)
A1 : Beginner   Nous/vous/eux/elles = Us/you/them - simple cases (French Stress Pronouns)
B1 : Intermediate   L'un(e) ... l'autre/Les un(e)s ... les autres = One ... the other(s) (French Indefinite Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Le mien/le tien/le sien/etc = Mine/yours/his/hers/its (French Possessive Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using lui/leur = him or her/them (French Indirect Object Pronouns)
A1 : Beginner   Me/te/nous/vous = Me/you/us/you (French Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using le/la/l'/les = it/him/her/them (French Direct Object Pronouns)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Dans lequel/laquelle : alternative to où with places (French Relative Pronouns)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   De qui/dont/duquel = of/about whom, of/about which - with prepositional verbs with "de" (French Relative Pronouns)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   À + qui, auquel, à laquelle = to whom, what, which (French Relative Pronouns)
C1 : Advanced   Ceci/Cela = this/that (French Demonstrative Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   L'autre/Les autres = The other one(s) (French Indefinite Pronouns)
B1 : Intermediate   Qui = Who/which/that (French Relative Pronouns)
A1 : Beginner   Using nous/vous/ils/elles to replace compound subjects (French Subject Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Le nôtre/le vôtre/le leur/etc = Ours/yours/theirs (French Possessive Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Tout/tous/toute/toutes = Everything/all (of them)/whole/completely in French
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Chacun/chacune/chaque = each one/each (French Indefinite Adjectives and Pronouns)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Using [preposition] + qui/lequel/laquelle/etc = on what/behind whom/beside which/etc (French Relative Pronouns)
B1 : Intermediate   Que = Whom/which/that (French Relative Pronouns)
A0 : Entry Level   Using Tu and Vous to express three types of you in French (French Subject Pronouns)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Position of Double Pronouns in French - Reflexive Pronoun + Direct Object Pronoun
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