4 Pronouns En and Y French Exercises

french pronouns y and en exercises

Bonjour mon cher étudiant! I see you are back for more mind-boggling fun with French pronouns!

Remember, the secret to learning French is to think of it as a dance. Pronouns are our dance partners, sometimes they lead, sometimes they follow. So, put on your dancing shoes, and let’s salsa into the world of French pronouns, En and Y.

When we finish, you’ll be jiving with these pronouns like a seasoned dancer on a Saturday night at a Parisian ball! Oui, oui, allons-y!


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1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – French Pronouns Y and EN


a) d’ici / en / l’été / elle / voyage / toujours

Elle voyage toujours en l’été d’ici.


b) y / je / du / bois / que / j’aime / vin / goût / parce


c) de / livres / en / beaucoup / avons / nous


d) en / tu / prendre / plus / dois


e) y / est / est-ce / la / bibliothèque / que / ouverte / ?


f) y / tu / aller / devrais


2) Translate these Sentences – French Pronouns En and Y Exercises


a) I’m going there.

Je vais y.


b) Do you have any?


c) We are taking some.


d) There are many.


e) You should think about it.


f) We live there.


g) She will be there.


h) I want some.


i) Are you going there tomorrow?


j) He doesn't have any.


3) Practice your Vocabulary


a) more – enough – there

plus – assez – là


b) in - some - about it


c) of it - none - over there


d) any - too much - there


4) Practice Your Writing by Translating these Small Texts Taking the French Pronouns Y and EN into Consideration


I think about it all the time. I want some more. You should go there. She has none. They live there. He is going to take some. We have enough. You can't have any more.


They have too much. I'm going to think about it. You live there. She doesn't have any. He wants more. We are over there. You should have some. I can't take any more.


5) About French Pronouns En and Y, Write the Obvious Questions to the Answers


a) J’y pense tout le temps.

À quoi penses-tu tout le temps?


b) Tu en veux plus.


c) Il va y aller.


d) Elle n'en a aucun.


e) Nous y vivons.


f) Ils en ont trop.


g) Tu devrais y penser.


h) Je ne peux plus en prendre.


i) Elle y sera demain.


j) Nous en avons assez.


k) Il n'en a pas.


Et voila! We danced through the ballroom of the French pronouns ‘En’ and ‘Y’. See, I told you it would be a waltz!

Now, remember to practice your steps every day. Soon, you’ll be gliding through sentences, twirling around paragraphs, and sweeping readers off their feet with your perfect use of ‘En’ and ‘Y’.

Keep up the fantastic work, mon petit étudiant. Until our next dance, au revoir and remember, in the grand dance of language learning, keep your steps light and your heart light-hearted! Bonne chance!


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