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Autor:  Bruno Kober
E-mail:  bkober@terra.com.br
Data:  22/SET/2003 7:43 PM
Assunto:  Re: Pronomes pessoais
 
Mensagem:  Hello my dear friend! Well, it's simpler than you think. Whenever you have a subject, like in portuguese, you are supposed to use a subject pronoun (like the ones you said - i, you, he, she...). whenever you have an object (for example - whenever it's placed after a verb or a preposition), you are supposed to use the object pronouns (me, you, him, her...). The sentence you've just used - IT'S SOMETHING FOR ME TO DO - is a practical example of that. Here, ME is being used as an object of the preposition FOR. Therefore, an object pronoun is needed. Here we have an object of a preposion, forming a preposition clause. Simple! Just follow the names of the pronouns and you will have a good guide! Peace Bruno Kober / POA - RS


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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
Pronomes pessoais  –  Andre  22/SET/2003, 6:37 PM
 Re: Pronomes pessoais  –  Bruno Kober  22/SET/2003, 7:43 PM
Re: Pronomes pessoais  –  Bruno Kober  22/SET/2003, 7:44 PM
Re: Pronomes pessoais  –  André  22/SET/2003, 8:13 PM

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