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The simple forms used when referring to a person follow.
Qui - who (subject) / Qui - whom (d.o.) / À qui - to whom (i.o.) / Avec qui - with whom (i.o.) / De qui - about whom (i.o.)
This form requires inversion of the subject and verb after an interrogative pronoun.

Qui a fait ça?
Who did this?

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Interrogative pronouns are used to ask questions. To know which one to use, you must determine whether the pronoun is a subject, a direct object, or the object of a preposition (à, avec, chez, de, en, pour, etc.).

Some interrogative pronouns refer to people, others to things, still others to both. Some are simple forms, others are compound forms.

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The simple forms used when referring to a person follow.
Qui - who (subject) / Qui - whom (d.o.) / À qui - to whom (i.o.) / Avec qui - with whom (i.o.) / De qui - about whom (i.o.)
This form requires inversion of the subject and verb after an interrogative pronoun.

Qui as-tu vu à la soirée?
Whom did you see at the party?

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The simple forms used when referring to a person follow.
Qui - who (subject) / Qui - whom (d.o.) / À qui - to whom (i.o.) / Avec qui - with whom (i.o.) / De qui - about whom (i.o.)
This form requires inversion of the subject and verb after an interrogative pronoun.

À qui as-tu vendu ta voiture?
To whom did you sell your car?  

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The simple forms used when referring to a person follow.
Qui - who (subject) / Qui - whom (d.o.) / À qui - to whom (i.o.) / Avec qui - with whom (i.o.) / De qui - about whom (i.o.)
This form requires inversion of the subject and verb after an interrogative pronoun.

À qui Luc a-t-il téléphoné?
Whom did Luc call?  

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The simple forms used when referring to a person follow.
Qui - who (subject) / Qui - whom (d.o.) / À qui - to whom (i.o.) / Avec qui - with whom (i.o.) / De qui - about whom (i.o.)
This form requires inversion of the subject and verb after an interrogative pronoun

De qui parles-tu?
Whom are you talking about?

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Formulate a question for each statement, using an interrogative pronoun in the simple form to replace the phrase in boldface. Use vous for you, and invert the subject and verb.  

1. J’ai donné mon dictionnaire à Jean.

1. À qui avez-vous donné votre dictionnaire?

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Formulate a question for each statement, using an interrogative pronoun in the simple form to replace the phrase in boldface. Use vous for you, and invert the subject and verb.  

2. Je suis parti en vacances avec mes amis irlandais

2. Avec qui êtes-vous parti en vacances?

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Formulate a question for each statement, using an interrogative pronoun in the simple form to replace the phrase in boldface. Use vous for you, and invert the subject and verb.  

3. Nous avons rencontré Hervé (chez Paul).

3. Chez qui avez-vous rencontré Hervé?

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Formulate a question for each statement, using an interrogative pronoun in the simple form to replace the phrase in boldface. Use vous for you, and invert the subject and verb.  

4. Nous avons parlé de notre professeur de philosophie.

4. De qui avez-vous parlé?

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Formulate a question for each statement, using an interrogative pronoun in the simple form to replace the phrase in boldface. Use vous for you, and invert the subject and verb.  

5. Nous avons téléphoné à la responsable du service.

5. À qui avez-vous téléphoné?

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Formulate a question for each statement, using an interrogative pronoun in the simple form to replace the phrase in boldface. Use vous for you, and invert the subject and verb.  

6. J’ai travaillé pour M. Mauriceau tout l’été.

6. Pour qui avez-vous travaillé tout l'été?

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Formulate a question for each statement, using an interrogative pronoun in the simple form to replace the phrase in boldface. Use vous for you, and invert the subject and verb.  

7. Nous pouvons compter sur Philippe.

7. Sur qui pouvez-vous compter?

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Formulate a question for each statement, using an interrogative pronoun in the simple form to replace the phrase in boldface. Use vous for you, and invert the subject and verb.  

8. Je peux avoir confiance en lui.

8. En qui pouvez-vous avoir confiance?

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Formulate a question for each statement, using an interrogative pronoun in the simple form to replace the phrase in boldface. Use vous for you, and invert the subject and verb.  

9. Je parle avec mes collègues à Hong Kong tous les jours.

9. Avec qui parlez-vous tous les jours?

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Formulate a question for each statement, using an interrogative pronoun in the simple form to replace the phrase in boldface. Use vous for you, and invert the subject and verb.  

10. Nous aimons passer les fêtes chez nos cousins.

10. Chez qui aimez-vous passer les fêtes?

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