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First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

2. She won the prize for her essay.

Elle a gagné le prix pour son essai.
Elle l'a gagné.

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First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

1. Marie bought the flowers for her sister.

Marie a acheté les fleurs pour sa sœur.
Marie les a achetées pour sa sœur.

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First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

3. Laurent brought the best bottles of wine for the party.

Laurent a apporté les meilleures bouteilles de vin pour la soirée.
Laurent les a apportées pour la soirée.

3

First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

4. You (vous) didn’t understand the problem.

Vous n'avez pas compris le problème.
Vous ne l'a avez pas compris.

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First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

5. Did the student correct his homework?

L'étudient, a-t-il corrigé ses devoirs?
Les a-t-il corrigés?

5

First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

6. She found the bakery without difficulty.

Elle a trouvé la boulangerie sans difficulté.
Elle l'a trouvée sans difficulté.

6

First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

7. Why didn’t he clean the apartment?

Pourquoi n'a-t-il nettoyé l'appartement?
Pourquoi ne l'a-t-il pas nettoyé?

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First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

8. The war destroyed the city in one day.

La guerre a détruit la ville pendants en un jour.
La guerre l'a détruite en un jour.

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First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

9. The pharmacist gave the medicine to Laura.

Le pharmacien a donné les médicaments à Laura.
Le pharmacien les a donnés à Laura.

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First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

10. My friends visited the museum this afternoon.

Mes amis ont visité le musée cet après-midi.
Mes amis l'ont visité cet après-midi.

10

First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

11. He bought Robert’s house in Lyon.

Il a acheté la maison de Robert à Lyon.
Il l'a achetée.

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First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

12. She took her vacation in Turkey.

Elle a pris ses vacances en Turquie.
Elle les à prises en Turquie.

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First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

13. Luc read the article this morning.

Luc a lu l'article ce matin.
Luc l'a lu ce matin.

13

First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

14. The lawyer prepared the documents.

L'avocat a préparé les documents.
L'avocat les a préparés.

14

First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

15. Mélanie left the pen on her desk.

Mélanie a laissé le stylo sur son bureau.
Mélanie l'a laissé sur son bureau.

15

First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

16. He won the marathon.

Il a gagné le marathon.
Il l'a gagné.

16

First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

17. She approved Patrick’s decision.

Elle a approuvé la décision de Patrick.
Elle l'a approuvée.

17

First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

18. The Spanish tourists bought the best map of Paris.

Les touristes espagnols ont acheté le meilleur plan de Paris.
Les touristes espagnols l'ont acheté.

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First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

19. I put on Henri’s gloves.

J'ai mis les gants de Henri.
Je l'as ai mis.

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First translate each sentence into French, then rewrite the translation, replacing the direct object phrase with a direct object pronoun. For questions, invert the subject and verb.

20. He found the 50 euro bill he had lost.

Il a retrouvé le billet de 50 euros qu'il avait perdue.
Il l'a retrouvé.

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