I know this exercise is about numbers, but i do not understand the following examples:
In French, the indirect object pronoun "lui" can refer to him or to her in English.
Take a look at the lesson link below:
Using lui/leur = him or her/them (French Indirect Object Pronouns)
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
To add one piece of information to Céline's answer:
You may have confused the indirect object pronoun lui (which can mean him or her) with the stress pronoun. The latter is lui for "him" and elle for "her".
Tu lui as rendu visite? -- Did you visit him (or her)?Ce cadeau est pour elle/lui. -- That gift is for her/him.
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