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" They are : qui, who, which, that. de qui, of or from whom, whose ; dont, of or from whom, of or from which, whose ; de quoi, of or from what. à qui, to whom ; à quoi, to what. que, whom, which, that. "
French and English Self-taught: Vocabulaire Français Et Anglais Comprenant ... - Page 48
by Xavier Méfret - 1882 - 80 pages
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The Elements of French Grammar; Revised and Enlarged by A. M. D. G ...

Charles François Lhomond - 1826
...vôtre, Les vôtres, yours. Ls leur, Les leurs, La leur, Les leurs, (heirs. D 4. RELATIVE PRONOUNS. Relative Pronouns are those which relate to a preceding' noun or pronoun, in the same sentence. The relative pronouns are, qui, who ; qne, which ; and dont, of which ; they...
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Theoretical and Practical Grammar of the French Tongue

Jean P.V. Lecoutz de Levizac (l'abbe) - 1828
...raisons,nousecouteronslesvotres. reasons, we will listen to yours. §111. OP THE RELATIVE PRONOUNS. Relative pronouns are those which relate to a preceding noun, or pronoun, called the antecedent. In the phrase, Phomme <jui joue, the man who plays ; qvi relates to the substantive...
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A New and Complete Grammar, of the French Tongue, in which the Author Has ...

Joseph F. A. Boeuf - French language - 1829 - 274 pages
...will go to your country .seat. That bouse of youn is extremely commodious. OF TUB RELATIVE PRONOUNS. Relative pronouns are those which relate to a preceding noun, or pronoun, called the antecedent. In the phrase Vhomme gut joue, the man who plays j qui, relates to the substantive...
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The French Teacher: Being a New and Methodized Plan of Grammatical ...

Saint Phorien André - French language - 1830 - 466 pages
...vôtre yours les vôtres yours le leur la leur theirs les leurs theirs OF RELATIVE PRONOUNS. . , . Relative pronouns are those which relate to a preceding noun, or pronoun, called the antecedent, as in the phrase L'homme gui joue, the man who plays. Qui relates to the substantive...
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A New and Complete Grammar of the French Tongue ...

Joseph F. A. Bœuf - French language - 1832 - 360 pages
...want some money. That son of his has incurred his displeasure. SECTION VI. OF THE RELATIVE TRONOUNS. Relative pronouns are those which relate to a preceding noun, or pronoun, called the antecedent. In the phrase Phomme qui joue, the man who plays ; qui relates to the substantive...
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A Theoretical and Practical Grammar of the French Tongue: In which the ...

Jean-Pons-Victor Lecoutz de Levizac - French language - 1833 - 476 pages
...Muon.T,noui^c«u<erant]esv6tres. reasons, we will listen to yours. §111. OF THE RELATIVE PRONOUNS. Relative pronouns are those which relate to a preceding noun, or pronoun, called the antecedent. In the phrase. I'homme qui joue, the man who plays ; qui relates to the substantive...
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A Theoretical and Practical Grammar of the French Language

Jean Pons victor Lecoutz de Levizac (d.1) - 1834 - 173 pages
...les votres. sons, we shall listen to yours. Qui C who C which C whom OF THE RELATIVE PRONOUNS. 229. Relative pronouns are those which relate to a preceding noun, or pronoun, called the antecedent. In the phrase Chomme quijoue, the mitn who plays, 970' relates to the substantive...
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A summary of French grammar, for the use of the gentlemen cadets of the ...

Henri Marillier - 1842
...show them) that their interests and his were the same. faire voir intérêt m. étaient même § 43. The Relative Pronouns are those which relate to a preceding noun or pronoun called t!ie antecedent ; they are qui, who or which ; que, whom or which ; quoi, what ; lequel, which...
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Collot's Levizac's French grammar and exercises

Alexander G. Collot - French language - 1848 - 264 pages
...this confidence 2well 'deserves mine. confiance, /. merite SECTION in. OF THE RELATIVE PRONOUNS. 127. Relative pronouns are those which relate to a preceding noun, or pronoun, called the antecedent. In the 128. Qui, dont, que, are of both genders and numbers. Lequel is a compound...
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A Grammar of the French Tongue

G. Cambier - 1851 - 299 pages
...commits (in cold blood). What you say is true. commet de sangfroid dites vrai. Of the Relative Pronouns. The relative pronouns are those which relate to a preceding noun or pronoun, called the antecedent. In the phrase, Thomme qui joue, the man who plays, qui relates to the substantive...
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