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1

I am doing it

C'est moi qui le fais

Emphasize the subject after c'est and ce sont

2

They're the ones who are lying

Ce sont eux qui mentent

Emphasize the subject after c'est and ce sont

3

You (yes you) need to leave!

Toi, tu dois partir!

Emphasize the subject by repeating the subject pronoun

4

I don't know anything about it. What about you?

Je n'en sais rien, moi. Et toi?

Emphasize the subject by repeating the subject pronoun

5

We like skiing, but he doesn't (like it) at all

Nous aimons skier mais lui pas du tout

To act as the subject when the verb is implied

6

Me too/Me neither

Moi aussi/Moi non plus

To act as the subject when the verb is implied

7

Who's right? You

Qui a raison? Toi

To act as the subject when the verb is implied

8

Only I know the right answer

Moi seul sais la bonne réponse

With an emphatic term like aussi, non plus, seul, or surtout

9

They don't have to work either

Eux non plus ne doivent travailler

With an emphatic term like aussi, non plus, seul, or surtout

10

I am looking for neither you nor him

Je ne cherche ni toi ni lui

In place of any subject or object pronouns connected or preceded by a conjunction

11

Like them, I'm puzzled

Comme eux, je suis perplexe

In place of any subject or object pronouns connected or preceded by a conjunction

12

You and he are right

Lui and toi avez raison

In place of any subject or object pronouns connected or preceded by a conjunction

13

I want to go with you

Je veux aller avec toi

After a preposition - as the object of the preposition

14

Buy the car for me

Achète la voiture pour moi

After a preposition - as the object of the preposition

15

We're thinking about them

Nous pensons à eux

After a preposition - as the object of the preposition

16

These books are mine

Ces livres sont à moi

After a preposition - to indicate possession

17

I found a jacket of his

J'ai trouvé un anorak à lui

After a preposition - to indicate possession

18

I'm more athletic than he is

Je suis plus sportif que lui

After que in comparisons

19

You study less than I do

Tu étudies moins que moi

After que in comparisons

20

I know only him

Je ne connais que lui

After que with ne . . . que

21

It's only you who can do it/ You're the only one who can do it

Il n'y a que toi qui peux la faire

After que with ne . . . que

22

I can do it myself!

Je peux le faire moi-même

With -même(s) for even more emphasis

23

They're building it themselves

Ils le construisent eux-mêmes

With -même(s) for even more emphasis

24

Every man for himself

Chacun pour soi

25

Everyone should stay home

Il faut rester chez soi

26

Each to his own taste

A chacun son goût

27

That goes without saying

Cela va de soi

28

It is they.  It is they who are lying.

C'est eux.  C'est eux qui mentent.

29

She speaks about him.

Elle parle du lui.

After a preposition.

30

We are going with her

Nous allons avec elle.

After a preposition.

31

I am thinking about the examinations.  I am thinking about them.

Je pense aux examens.  J'y pense.

After a preposition except when the object of the preposition is a thing rather than a person, use y or en instead.

32

I am speaking about the book.  I am speaking about it.

Je parle de ce livre.  J'en parle.

After a preposition except when the object of the preposition is a thing rather than a person, use y or en instead.

33

He presents himself to her.

Il se présente à elle.

When the direct object is me, te, se, nous or vous, the indirect object is expressed by à plus a disjunctive pronoun.

34

You recommend me to him.

Vous me recommendez à lui.

When the direct object is me, te, se, nous or vous, the indirect object is expressed by à plus a disjunctive pronoun.

35

She is more intelligent than he.

Elle est plus intelligente que lui.

After a comparison.

36

He is more handsome than I.

Il est plus beau que moi.

After a comparison.

37

Who's there?  I am.

Qui est là?  Moi.

Alone for emphasis

38

I prepare the salads, you prepare the sandwiches.

Moi, je prépare les salads, toi, tu prépares les sandwichs.

To add emphasis to a non-accentuated pronoun.

39

She likes only him.

Elle n'aime que lui.

After ne . . . que

40

You and I will do it

Vous et moi, nous le ferons.

As a part of a compound subject.

41

Peter and he arrive.

Pierre et lui, arrivent.

As part of a compound subject.

42

He sees her and me.

Il nous regarde, elle et moi.

As part of a compound object.

43

himself

themselves (m)

lui-même

eux-mêmes

In combination with même

44

Each one for himself.

Chacun pour soi.

Soi is used when the subject is general: on, chacun, nul, personne.

45

Neither does she

Elle non plus

46

So do I

Moi aussi

47

Neither do I

Moi non plus

48

So do we

Nous aussi

49

So does he

Lui aussi

50

We love ice cream! So do they.

Nous, nous aimons la glacé! Eux aussi.

51

I study a lot, but not my brother. He hates to study!

J'étudie beaucoup, mais pas mon frère. Lui, il déteste étudier

52

Jacques lives in Paris. And his parents? They too live in Paris.

Jacques habite à Paris. Et ses parents? Ils habitent aussi à Paris (Eux aussi)

53

Where are you going with him?

Où allez-vous avec lui?

54

This car belongs to her.

Cette voiture est à elle

55

I don’t dance. Me neither. I never dance.

Je ne danse pas. Moi non plus. Je ne danse jamais.

56

Charles and I often dance.

Charles and moi nous dansons souvent

57

Are you going out with us? Not me.

Sortez-vous avec nous? Pas moi

58

Who’s there? Oh, it’s you, Karine.

Qui est là? Oh, c'est toi, Karine

59

Do you and he like to travel?

Est-ce que toi and lui vous aimez voyage?

60

She often thinks about him.

Elle pense souvent à lui

61

She never travels without him.

Elle ne voyage jamais sans lui

62

Are they staying at your place?

Restent-ils chez vous?

63

He likes fries, but I never eat them.

Lui, il aimes les frites, mais moi, je ne les mange jamais

64

Who’s doing the shopping? She is.

Qui faites les courses? Elle.

65

Is she cleaning the house herself?

Est-ce qu'elle fait le menage elle-même?

66

Paul and I are going to help.

Paul and moi nous allons aider

67

Are you making a sandwich for me?

Faites-vous un sandwich pour moi

68

You and I need to talk.

Toi and moi, nous avons besoin de parler

69

Do you work with them?

Travaillez-vous avec eux?

70

She likes Pierre, but she’s not going out with him.

Elle aime Pierre, mais elle ne sort pas avec lui

71

I am in front of them.

Je suis devant eux

72

She is behind him.

Elle est derrière lui

73

We are between you and her.

Nous sommes entre vous et elle

74

You are next to us.

Vous êtes à côté de nous

75

He eats less meat than I do.

Il mange le moins de viande que moi

76

Paulette loves only him.

Paullete n'adore que lui

77

I want only you.

Je ne veux que toi

78

He’s the liar!

C'est lui le menteur

79

I’m doing the work myself!

Je fais le travaille moi-même

80

Oh, no, not them!

Oh, non, pas eux!

81

One needs to stay home sometimes.

On a besoin de rester chez soi quelquefois.

82

This book is his.

Ce livre est lui

83

She is not as pretty as you.

Elle est moins jolie que toi