French personal pronouns
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French personal pronouns (analogous to English I, we, you, and so on) reflect the
Personal pronouns display a number of grammatical particularities and complications not found in their English counterparts: some of them can only be used in certain circumstances; some of them change form depending on surrounding words; and their placement is largely unrelated to the placement of the nouns they replace.
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French has a