The French Demonstrative pronouns

A demonstrative pronoun points to an object or a person. It can accompany the noun or take its place.
In the overview table you can see the two variants of the pronoun in its feminine and masculine form in the singular and in the plural.

French Demonstrative pronouns

Singular
Plural

male
female
male
female
Accompany of the noun
ce/cet
cette
ces
ces
Replacement of the noun
celui
celle
ceux
celles

💬 For Example:
Celui de nous qui mange une pomme par jour vivra le plus longtemps. - The one of us who eats an apple a day will live the longest.

 

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