Pronouns Order
 
 
Frequently one may find multiple pronouns (usually no more than two) in a sentence. The rules for placement of the pronouns are as follows:

1. In all sentences but the affirmative imperative, the order is as shown below:
 
me
te
vous
nous
le
la
les
lui
leur
y
en
VERB

So,

2. In the affirmative imperative, the order is:
 
VERB
le
la
les
lui
leur
y
en

So,

3. If there are multiple verbs in a clause, the object pronouns generally precede the last verb in the sequence: Exception: causative constructions with faire:  

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