French Possessive Pronouns

French possessive pronouns are used to replace nouns so that you can indicate to whom or to what those nouns belong. Watch my video lesson below or click here to see it on YouTube.

‼ Possessive pronouns agree with nouns in number and gender.

‼ Possessive pronouns are always preceded by definite articles:  LE – LA – LES

‼ Possessive pronouns agree with nouns in number and gender.

‼ Possessive pronouns replace nouns preceded by possessive adjectives.

CAREFUL: MAKE AGREEMENT WITH THE NOUN IN QUESTION AND NOT THE SUBJECT OF THE SENTENCE!  

‼ Plural possessive pronouns only have three forms. 
‼ Use the NOUS form with the subject pronoun ON

‼ When à and de come before le and les, you have to form contractions:  AU or AUX and DU or DES

Mini-Course on Possessive Pronouns – Included in my Bundled French Lessons

Patreon tier 1 – Lesson guide
Patreon tier 2 – 4 matching activities
Patreon tier 3 – 4 quizzes
Patreon tier 4 – 60 practice cards

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