Back home
BEGINNER2. LESSON #38. LA DISPUTE

- C’est moi !
- Non, c’est moi !
- Je te dis que c’est moi qui ai gagné.
- Non, c’est pas toi, c’est moi !
- Les enfants, je ne vous ai jamais entendu vous disputer avant. Vous pouvez m’expliquer ?
- En fait, c’est lui qui a commencé.
- Non, c’est elle !
- Qui fait tout ce bruit, c’est vous ?
- Oui, c’est eux.
TRANSLATION
- It’s me !
- No, it’s me !
- I said I won !
- Non, you did not, I did !
- Kids, I’ve neve heard you argue before. Can you explain ?
- Actually, he started it.
- Non, she did !
- Who’s so loud ? You ?
- Yes, They are.
Literal translation completely impossible.
Dispute (fém.) : argument. Se disputer : to argue.
Expliquer : to explain.
Bruit (masc.) : noise.
In this lesson we have stressed pronouns. We used them in specific occasions. Notably after c’est or ce sont.

C’est moi. C’est pas toi. C’est vous. C’est eux.

We will meet soon some other occasions where they are required.
For now, just remember that first one.
And what about discovering stressed pronouns different forms ?

Subject pronouns

Stressed pronouns

Je

Moi

Tu

Toi

Il

Lui

Elle

Elle

Nous

Nous

Vous

Vous

Ils

Eux

Elles

Elles


Notice that some of them are different of the subject pronouns but some of them are the same.
Translate in English :
1. C’est moi.
2. C’est toi ?
3. Non, c’est eux.

Answers

PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION



Although Frenchbyfrench.com is 100% free, please consider making a small donation of $5, $10 or more to help support the further development of this website. Donations can be made in dollars, euros or other currencies by clicking the Donate button below.


Thank you
Marie and Jean




Home | Email us | French songs - Free sheet music