romanian.pronouns.accusative.txt

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Romanian Accusative Pronouns
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Romanian Accusative Pronouns
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  1. Accusative - The pronoun "that is having something done to it".
    • She is helping me. - mine
    • I love you. - te
  2. There are two accusative pronouns. A stressed and unstressed.
    The stressed form of the pronoun is used (in phrases that are not inverted * ) after the verb and a preposition, such as:
    • Pe (on)
    • În (in)
    • La (at/to)
    • Cu (with/by/to)
    • Fără (without)
    • Peste (over)
    • Sub (under)
    • De (from/of/by)
    • Din (from inside/out of/by chance, luck, mistake, for a certain emotion)
    • Pentru (for)
    • Despre (about)
    • Lângă (next to)
    • Aproape (near)
    • Departe (far)

    * The girl whom I see. - Fata pe care o văd.
  3. Stressed Accusative Pronouns
    1. Me
    2. You
    3. Him
    4. Her
    5. Us
    6. You all
    7. Them (masculine)
    8. Them (feminine)
    • 1. Mine
    • 2. Tine
    • 3. El
    • 4. Ea
    • 5. Noi
    • 6. Voi
    • 7. Ei
    • 8. Ele
  4. 1. Mergi fără mine/el/ea?
    2. Trebuie să vorbesc cu tine/voi.
    3. Pot să faci ceva pentru mine/ei/ele?
    4. Trebuie să merg la ea/el diseară.
    • 1. Are you going without me/him/her?
    • 2. I need to speak with you/you all.
    • 3. Can you do something for me/them/them (f)?
    • 4. I need to go to her/him tonight.
  5. Unstressed Accusative Pronouns
    The unstressed form of the pronoun is used to indicate who you're doing the action to and is used before the verb.
  6. Unstressed Accusative Pronouns
    1. Me
    2. You
    3. Him
    4. Her
    5. Us
    6. You all
    7. Them (masculine)
    8. Them (feminine)
    • 1. Mă
    • 2. Te
    • 3. Îl
    • 4. O
    • 5. Ne
    • 6. Vă
    • 7. Îi
    • 8. Le
  7. 1. Îl văd!
    2. Poţi să mă auzi?
    3. Ea mă învaţă Românește pe mine.
    4. Ei ne iubește.
    5. El o iubește
    6. O cunoști?
    • 1. I see him!
    • 2. Can you hear me?
    • 3. She is teaching me Romanian.
    • 4. They love us.
    • 5. He loves her.
    • 6. Do you know her?
  8. The stressed form can be added after the unstressed and it's verb to add emphasis to the pronoun.
    Note: The preposition 'pe' must always be used before the stressed form when both forms are used.
    1. Îl văd pe el!
    2. O cunoști pe Iulia?
    • 1. I see him! (It is him that I see, and no other).
    • 2. Do you know Iulia?

    • Note: The stressed form MUST ALWAYS follow a preposition.
    • "Speaking more of 'pe'. You also use it before a person that everyone knows, a name of a person or animal, or toy doll, teddy-bear.. somewhere along those lines that have to do with an inanimate object being a metaphor for a person. If it's a general person, character, animal, or a location, you don't use 'pe'."

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