Is pronoun only used in inversion type?

Is pronoun only used in inversion type?

Hi ,,,Is pronoun only used in inversion type? Or can we use the noun instead of pronoun.... example Parle-t Michael francais? instead of Parle-t-il francais? Please clarify ... Thank you in advance
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CécileKwiziq language super starCorrect answer

Hi Sivavathana,

As Chris rightly points out, in this case you have to use a pronoun as well as a name.

Michael, parle-t-il français?

If too much of a mouthful you can use "est-ce-que" and you won't need the additional pronoun.

Est-ce -que Michael parle français? 

Hope this helps!

No, you would say "Michael parle-t-il français ?" So, yes,you would use the pronoun in the inverted question. -- Chris (not a native speaker)

Is pronoun only used in inversion type?

Hi ,,,Is pronoun only used in inversion type? Or can we use the noun instead of pronoun.... example Parle-t Michael francais? instead of Parle-t-il francais? Please clarify ... Thank you in advance

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