Hi, I'm sorry if this post is in the wrong place I wasn't sure were to direct it to. But I was wondering if you have a sentence that has You and I in it or a person's name then either I or me(moi) how would that be categorized by?
Would it be direct object pronouns?
I am not sure what you're asking about, Nicole. Do you want a sentence with "you" and "I" in it? Well, here is one:
You and I are going to the beach. -- Toi et moi, nous allons à la plage.
You and I are both personal pronouns. In French, you use toi and moi, which are the stress pronouns for the 1st and 2nd persons singular.
Thanks chris that's what I was looking for
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