A pronoun is a word that describes the subject, the person doing the action in the sentence. Pronouns in English are I, you, he, she, we, and they.
Je = I Nous = We
Tu = you (familiar form, one person) Vous = you (formal form or plural form)
Il= he Ils = they (only boys, or boys and girls)
Elle = she Elles = they (only girls)
Conjugating an -er verb
To conjugate a verb in French, you get rid of the -er, and add the appropriate endings.
J'aime Nous aimons
Tu aimes Vous aimez
Il aime Ils aiment
Elle aime Elles aiment
J'aime le chocolat. = I like chocolate.
Tu aimes le chocolat? = Do you like chocolate?
Philippe aime le chocolat. = Phillippe likes chocolate.
Take out "Phillippe" and write: Il aime le chocolat.= He likes chocolate.
Marie aime le chocolat. = Marie likes chocolate.
Take out "Marie" and write: Elle aime le chocolat.- She likes chocolate.
Marie et moi, nous aimons le chocolat. = Marie and I, we like chocolate.
Marie et toi, vous aimez le chocolat. = Marie and you, you like chocolate.
Marie et Suzanne aiment le chocolat.= Marie and Suzanne like chocolate.
Take out "Marie et Suzanne" and write:
Elles aiment le chocolat. = They like chocolate.
Pierre et Phillippe aiment le chocolat. = Pierrre and Phillippe like chocolate.
Taje out "Pierre and Phillippe" and write:
Ils aiment le chocolate. They like chocolate.