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Se rappeler (de) with direct object or adverbial pronouns

P. K.A2Kwiziq community member

Se rappeler (de) with direct object or adverbial pronouns

Since se rappeler can be used both with and without de, are these cases fine?

1) Je me rappelle de la voyage -> je m'en rappelle. 

2) Je me rappelle la voyage -> je me la rappelle.

3) Je me rappelle Jean -> je me le rappelle.

Asked 10 months ago
Chris W.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

Apart from the fact that it is le voyage, yor examples are correct.

1) Je me rappelle du voyage --> je m'en rappelle.
2) Je me rappelle le voyage --> je me le rappelle.
3) Je me rappelle Jean --> je me le rappelle.

Jim J.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Salut Peter,

https://progress.lawlessfrench.com/questions/view/se-rappeler-de-vs-se-rappeler

I think that you will find the above link useful.

Bonne continuation.

Jim

P. K.A2Kwiziq community member

Jim, yes my question was regarding that exact lesson you linked to. It mentions the case with a stress pronoun, but not whether both the adverbial pronoun (en) or the object pronouns (le/la) can be used when the object in question is not a person, as in my examples.

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Se rappeler (de) with direct object or adverbial pronouns

Since se rappeler can be used both with and without de, are these cases fine?

1) Je me rappelle de la voyage -> je m'en rappelle. 

2) Je me rappelle la voyage -> je me la rappelle.

3) Je me rappelle Jean -> je me le rappelle.

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