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  • 1. Le pronom “ y ”
  • 2.
    • 1. Replaces previously mentioned places introduced by a preposition (except “ de” )
    • “y” can mean “to it/them, in it/ them, on it/them, there”
  • 3.
    • Il va au cinéma ?
      • Oui, il y va.
    • Vous êtes chez Pierre ?
    • Oui, j’ y suis.
    • Tu as dormi sur le lit ?
    • Oui, j’ y ai dormi.
  • 4.
    • 2. Replaces things with verbs using “à”.
    • Vous pensez aux vacances ?
    • Oui, nous y pensons.
    • Elle a répondu à la question ?
    • Non, elle n’ y a pas r é pondu.
  • 5.
    • Verbs which may take “ à” + thing:
    • penser, songer, faire attention,
    • répondre, croire, s’intéresser
  • 6.
    • 3. “y” ALWAYS refers to places or things, NEVER people!
    • à + person(s )=replaced by lui/leur (indirect object – “la liste”)
    • Tu as parlé à Renée ?
    • Oui, je lui ai parlé.
  • 7.
    • 4. Position is the same as other object pronouns: BEFORE conjugated verb
    • Paris ? Nous y voyageons en mai.
    • Nous y sommes all és l’an passé
    • aussi.
    • EXCEPT before an infinitive
    • Nice ? Il va y passer deux semaines.
    • EXCEPT after a positive command
    • Travaillez- y
  • 8.
    • Note: For liaison purposes, the final “s” is kept in the affirmative command of
    • -er verbs and aller when “y” is used.
    • Restes- y ! Vas- y !
    • N’ y reste pas. N’ y va pas.
  • 9.
    • Note : “aller” cannot stand alone. Use “y” if a place is not mentioned.
    • Tu vas au caf é ? Oui, j’ y vais. (“Yes, I’m going.”) On y va ensemble? (“Are we going together?”)
  • 10.
    • 5. There is no agreement in compound tenses.
    • Il est descendu à la réception ?
      • Oui, il y est descendu.