Double Object Pronouns Practice

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Double Object Pronouns Practice - Quiz

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  • 1. 

    Est-ce que tu as vu le garçon en France? Oui,

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "je l'y ai vu." In this sentence, "je" means "I," "l'" is a pronoun representing "le garçon" (the boy), and "y" is a pronoun representing "en France" (in France). The verb "ai vu" means "saw" or "have seen." So the sentence translates to "I saw him there."

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  • 2. 

    Est-ce que tu as mangé des croissants au café? Non,

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "je n'y en ai pas mangé." This sentence translates to "No, I didn't eat any there." The phrase "je n'y en ai pas mangé" indicates that the person did not eat any croissants at the café. The use of "y" refers to the café, and "en" replaces the noun "croissants." The verb "mangé" (ate) indicates the action of eating.

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  • 3. 

    Est-ce que tu vas regarder le film chez toi? Oui,

    Explanation
    The correct answer, "je vais l'y regarder," is a response to the question "Est-ce que tu vas regarder le film chez toi?" It means "Yes, I'm going to watch it there." The pronoun "y" is used to replace the preposition "chez toi" (at your place) in order to avoid repetition.

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  • 4. 

    Est-ce que tu vas parler à Luc au cinéma? Non,

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "je ne vais pas lui y parler". In this sentence, "je ne vais pas" means "I am not going to", "lui" means "to him", and "y" means "there". Therefore, the sentence translates to "I am not going to speak to him there".

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  • 5. 

    Est-ce que tu prêtes des stylos aux voisins? Non,

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "je ne leur en prête pas". This sentence translates to "I don't lend them any". It indicates that the person being asked does not lend pens to their neighbors. The use of "leur" indicates that the person is referring to multiple neighbors, and "en" is used to replace "des stylos" (pens) in the sentence.

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  • 6. 

    Est-ce que tu écris beaucoup de lettres à tes grands-parents? Oui,

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "je leur en écris beaucoup." This answer indicates that the person does write a lot of letters to their grandparents. The phrase "je leur en écris" translates to "I write to them" and "beaucoup" means "a lot." Therefore, the person is stating that they write a lot of letters to their grandparents.

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    Est-ce que tu as mangé cinq hamburgers à la fête? Non,

    Explanation
    The answer "je n'en ai pas mangé cinq" means "I didn't eat five of them". This response indicates that the person did not eat five hamburgers at the party.

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  • 8. 

    Est-ce que tu as donné des carottes à Lucie? Oui,

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "je lui en ai donné." This is because the question is asking if the person gave carrots to Lucie, and the response confirms that they did give her some. The phrase "je lui en ai donné" translates to "I gave her some."

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  • 9. 

    Est-ce que tu vas lire le livre aux enfants? Oui,

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "je vais le leur lire" because in French, when using indirect object pronouns, "leur" is used to indicate "to them" and "le" is used to indicate "it" (referring to the book). Therefore, the sentence translates to "I am going to read it to them."

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