So you're never allowed to use l'un(e) or l'uns to mean the one, then?

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CrystalMaiden

Kwiziq community member

5 May 2018

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So you're never allowed to use l'un(e) or l'uns to mean the one, then?

This question relates to:
French lesson "Celui, celle, ceux, celles = the one(s) (demonstrative pronouns)"

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

6 May 2018

6/05/18

Hi CrytalMaiden,

If you mean you are  'the One' in a romantic sense, you would say,

Tu es l'homme/la femme de ma vie.

Tu es fait pour moi.

Nous sommes faits l'un pour l'autre.

OR you would use 'l'Elu(e)' in the chosen, heroic sense.

Hope this helps!

 

 

 

 

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