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Direct object Pronouns?

M D.A2Kwiziq community member

Direct object Pronouns?

« Elle me rappelle Paula. » - She reminds me of Paula.


What would happen if you wanted to replace Paula with a pronoun? -> She reminds me of her.

Is it? - « Elle me lui rappelle. » or « Elle me la rappelle. »

Can you still not say in any context « Elle me rappelle de lui? » (De being forbidden)


Asked 3 years ago
Jim J.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

Hi M,

The verb is rappeler à  -   so "Elle me rappelle paula" should be "Elle me la rappelle" where "me" is the indirect object pronoun and "la" the direct object pronoun.

"Elle me rappelle de lui"   does not look correct to me.

Hope this helps.

Jim

Direct object Pronouns?

« Elle me rappelle Paula. » - She reminds me of Paula.


What would happen if you wanted to replace Paula with a pronoun? -> She reminds me of her.

Is it? - « Elle me lui rappelle. » or « Elle me la rappelle. »

Can you still not say in any context « Elle me rappelle de lui? » (De being forbidden)


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