cette means 'that / this'. It is a feminine demonstrative pronoun. cette voiture > that car, this car
"il" is a masculine pronoun, standing for "he". The feminine pronoun (for "she") is "elle".
Feminine pronouns Examples : her, she. She was going to the park with her.
The vast majority of Spanish nouns are masculine or feminine. The masculine pronoun or feminine pronoun would be used to refer to their respective noun.
Third person personal pronoun, feminine, accusative
A neutral pronoun does not show gender. In English, "it" is neutral. "He" is masculine and "she" is feminine.
The masculine pronoun in French is "il," the feminine is "elle."
"Herself" is a reflexive pronoun for the third person singular feminine personal pronoun.
No, the word 'car' is a noun, not a pronoun. The word car is a word for a thing.
Pronoun. Feminine, third person singular.
'halal you' is not a grammatical phrase.Halal (muslim kashrut) = chalal (חלאל)You (masculine singular subject pronoun) = atah (אתה)You (feminine singular subject pronoun) = at (את)You (masculine plural subject pronoun) = atem (אתם)You (feminine plural subject pronoun) = aten (אתן)
The word "song" is considered as a feminine noun in French. It uses the pronoun "la".
"It" as a subject pronoun can be said as il or elle. Il is masculine. Elle is feminine. "they" as a subject pronoun can be said as ils or elles. Ils is masculine and Elles is feminine.
The relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent is that a pronoun must agree with the antecedent in number (singular or plural) and gender (masculine, feminine, or neuter).
The demonstratve pronoun is "these".
I assume you mean the word "this". This can be either a demonstrative adjective or a demonstrative pronoun. In this sentence "this" is an adjective: "This car is mine." In this sentence "this" is a pronoun: "This is my car."
The pronoun 'which' is an interrogative pronoun and a relative pronoun.The appropriate use of the interrogative pronoun 'which' is to introduce a question:Which model car are you considering?The appropriate use of the relative pronoun 'which' is to introduce a relative clause:The car which my father drives is a very good model.
If I understand you correctly, the answer is 'she'. That is the 3rd person singular feminine subject pronoun.
The relative pronoun in the sentence is 'who', which introduces the relative clause 'who left the keys in the car'. The word 'one' is also a pronoun, an indefinite pronoun.
"ma" is the feminine possessive pronoun for "my". The masculine is "mon".
The gender specific pronouns for a female are she, her, hers, herself.
A vague pronoun is a pronoun that lacks a clear antecedent.In the sentence, "Even though the car backed in the wall it was not damaged.", it's not clear which noun the pronoun 'it' represents. The car was not damaged or the wall was not damaged. The pronoun 'it' is the vague pronoun.The sentence must be revised to show which noun the pronoun 'it' replaces. Examples:The car was not damaged even though it backed into the wall.The wall was not damaged even though the car backed into it.
Ellas is the pronoun for the Spanish phrase Luisa y Marisela. The feminine phrase translates literally as "Louisa and Marisela" so the pronoun would be "they" in the feminine. The pronunciation will be "LWEE-sa ee MA-ree-SEY-la" for the proper names and "ESH-shas" for the pronoun in Uruguayan Spanish.