These stress pronouns are also used after prepositions like 'et'.
So also after words like
sur, à, avec, pour, après, contre, and of course chez .
Après moi le déluge = When I'm gone let happen what may
Je n'ai rien contre eux = I have nothing against them
On vient avec toi = We are coming with you
C'est à toi de jouer = It's your turn to play
Je n'ai pas mon agenda sur moi = I don't have my diary on me
lui, il a de la chance! = He is so, so lucky !
I find a good way to learn them is after chez, which students seem to grasp easily:
Chez moi, chez toi, chez elle, chez lui, chez nous, chez vous, chez eux, chez elles
P.S. "Et toi, comment tu vas? " or "comment vas-tu ?" are both correct.
Hope this helps!
First off it would be "Et toi..." and then I must say that I've only ever heard "Comment vas-tu?" or "Tu vas comment?".
-- Chris (not a native speaker)
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