Could someone please help me out with a few examples of direct object pronouns in negation in passé composé? Or is there a lesson on this? Thanks.

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Nicole

Kwiziq community member

17 January 2019

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Could someone please help me out with a few examples of direct object pronouns in negation in passé composé? Or is there a lesson on this? Thanks.

This question relates to:
French lesson "Position of direct and indirect object pronouns with negation"

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

18 January 2019

18/01/19

Hi Nicole,

Here are a few examples -

Non, je ne l’ai pas vu hier = No, I didn’t see him yesterday 

Non, je ne les ai jamais aimés = No, I have never liked them

Non, je ne lui ai parlé que samedi = No, I only spoke to him on Saturday 

I believe a sister lesson will be added but hope this helps in the meantime....

 

 

Nicole

Kwiziq community member

18 January 2019

18/01/19

Thanks, Cécile. I did find the answer in the meantime but having these extra examples will definitely help to solidify my understanding. I do hope a sister lesson will be added, since this can be a confusing construction. Thanks again!   :)

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