Bonjour Aurélie,

Mohammad

Kwiziq community member

15 April 2017

2 replies

Bonjour Aurélie,

How can I make Negative of double object pronoun in present and passé composé ?? Glad to have your reply. Rgds/ Mohammad Shibly

This relates to:
Using direct and indirect object pronouns together (double object pronouns) -

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

18 April 2017

18/04/17

Bonjour Mohammad !

You have to remember that double object pronouns will never be separated.
As for their position in the sentence, the same rule applies as with single object pronouns:
- With simple tenses: Subject + (ne) + ObPronoun + Verb + (pas)
"Je ne *la lui* donne pas."
- With conjugated verb + infinitive: Subject + (ne) + Conj Verb + (pas) + ObPronoun + Infinitive
"Je ne vais pas *la lui* donner."
- With compound tenses: Subject + (ne) + ObPronoun + Auxiliary Verb (être or avoir) + (pas) + Past Participle
"Je ne *la lui* ai pas donné."

I hope that's helpful!
À bientôt !

Nazanin

Kwiziq community member

4 August 2017

4/08/17

what a great answer
it was so helpful for me too.

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