Personal pronouns have three unstressed forms and one stressed form. Here is their set:
|subject||direct object||indirect object||stressed form|
Unstressed pronouns come before the verb. The form of the subject corresponds to the German nominative (who? what?), the form of the direct object - the German accusative (whom? what? I see), the form of the indirect object - the German dative (to whom? to what ? I give something). Examples:
Je te vois. I can see you.
Te le donne. I give it to you.
Ils le lui donnent. They give it to her.
Accented forms occur: