C'est à moi

Melody

Kwiziq community member

16 June 2016

3 replies

C'est à moi

I seem to remember another lesson that talked about the the sort of construction above. Something like Whose suitcase is this? (French translation appreciated)- C'est a moi. = It's mine. I have trouble remembering the "names" of the different types of pronouns. Would it be possible to add a link to the lesson that discussed à moi, à toi, etc. ?

This relates to:
Le mien, le tien, le sien, etc = Mine, yours, his/hers/its (possessive pronouns) -

Melody

Kwiziq community member

16 June 2016

16/06/16

.p.s I posted this as a Q re: the lesson on possessive pronouns- la mienne, etc.

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

17 June 2016

17/06/16

Bonjour Melody !

Thank you for your request, these links were indeed much needed, and thanks to you, they've been added to the related lessons.

Here is the link to the lesson regarding expressing possession with être à + stress pronoun
https://progress.lawlessfrench.com/revision/grammar/how-to-express-possession-with-etre-a

Merci et à bientôt !

Johanna

Kwiziq community member

17 November 2018

17/11/18

I’m confused on when to use the À moi form vs Le mien.  I looked at both lessons and didn’t see a reference that clarified it. 

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