Are there two lessons here?

BillB1Kwiziq community member

Are there two lessons here?

It seems like you are trying to explain two concepts, but aren't explicit about it.First compound subjects take plural verb forms: Sarah et ma soeur sont allées à la plage.

Second the subject pronoun changes form from its singular usage:

je --> moi

tu --> toi

Asked 1 year ago
JessicaA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Bill, I think it has appeared since you asked but for anyone wondering, but there is a lesson on using disjunctive (stress) pronouns in compound subjects and objects: Using stress pronouns in compound subjects and objects (unlike English)

This, of course, complements earlier mentions - perhaps it would be helpful to link some of these (and this in those)? Given the entry test, I don't think there's a fixed order to how we encounter lessons.

Are there two lessons here?

It seems like you are trying to explain two concepts, but aren't explicit about it.First compound subjects take plural verb forms: Sarah et ma soeur sont allées à la plage.

Second the subject pronoun changes form from its singular usage:

je --> moi

tu --> toi

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