Is it that pronom 'où' is followed by a noun or subject pronoun? As seen in above examples. Thanks a lot

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Varsha

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12 November 2018

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Is it that pronom 'où' is followed by a noun or subject pronoun? As seen in above examples. Thanks a lot

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This question relates to:
French lesson "Où = where AND when (relative pronouns)"

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

23 November 2018

23/11/18

Hi Varsha,

You could say -

C'est la maison où Jeanne a habité dans  les années soixante = That's the house where Jeanne lived in the sixties 

C'est le jour où Bertrand a marqué un butIt's the day when Bertrand scored a goal

Hope this helps!

 

Varsha

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23 November 2018

23/11/18

Merci Madame

I was not clear about this case.It really helped me

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