Que ou dont ?
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Que ou dont ?
I bought some wine. Victor loves this wine.
I bought some wine which Victor loves.
I bought some wine. Victor told me about this wine.
I bought some wine which Victor told me about.
• Que (or qu’ if used before a vowel) replaces a direct object (a complément d’objet direct in French). This is the part of speech (often a person or a thing) which follows a verb without a preposition.
Muriel is making a cake. We’ll eat this cake tonight.
Muriel is making a cake which we’ll eat tonight.
This is Muriel’s dog. Marcel is scared of this dog.
It’s Muriel’s dog of which Marcel is scared. / This is Muriel’s dog which Marcel is scared of.
Marcel has finished a report. He is pleased with this report.
Marcel has finished a report which he is very pleased with.
Let me introduce my brother. My brother‘s friends will arrive soon.
Let me introduce my brother, whose friends will arrive soon.
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