Kwiziq community member
28 August 2016
It's always "que," and not "qui" when referring to a person or persons?
This question relates to:French lesson "Special cases when the past participle agrees (in number & gender) when used with 'avoir' in Le Passé Composé"
Kwiziq language super star
1 September 2016
No. You need the relative pronoun que when it's serving as the direct object, but qui when it's serving as the subject. All of the examples in this lesson happen to need the direct object.
See these lessons for more info:
https://progress.lawlessfrench.com/my-languages/french/view/735%20">Relative pronoun que
https://progress.lawlessfrench.com/my-languages/french/view/735">Relative pronoun qui
2 September 2016
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