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French Grammar Question: Positioning of Indirect and Direct pronouns in past tense?

Not sure of the order of pronouns in past tense sentence,

1. This is the sentence: Laure a annoncé son mariage à ses amies.

Now have to put in pronouns: Is this right: Laure leur en a annoncé???

Or are the "leur" and "en" in the wrong position????

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  • Rodica
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    Laure a annoncé son mariage à ses amies.

    Laure les a annoncé son mariage.

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  • 1 decade ago

    "Laure le leur a annoncé" - "mariage" was singular. So "en" does not work here.

    It works for thess exemples: "J'ai parlé de mes problèmes à ma femme == Je lui en ai parlé."

    "As-tu du sucre? - Tiens! Je vais t'en donner."

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  • 1 decade ago

    Laure le leur a annoncé. ie it.

    Laure leur en a parlé. ie about it.

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  • tistou
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Laure le leur a annoncé. it's "annoncer quelque chose"

    Laure leur en a parlé. it's "parler de quelque chose". and because this "DE" you have "EN".

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