Kwiziq community member
30 December 2016
How do you replace a noun with a preposition other than à or de please?
Il faut que j’achète un cadeau pour son anniversaire.
I must buy a present for his birthday.
I know you can use the adverbial pronoun y to replace 'à + noun', and en to replace 'de + noun',
but how would you replace 'pour son anniversaire' in the sentence above please?
In order to make the sentence: I must buy a present for it?
[Am i right in thinking this called replacing an object of a preposition with a pronoun?]
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3 January 2017
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