Understand spoken French

"I ... there; I ... it" in French



Literal Breakdown


In most cases the ponoun "y" means there but it can also mean "it" in some contexts e.g. I think about it


The French translation for “I ... there; I ... it” is j’y. The French, j’y, can be broken down into 2 parts:"I (before a vowel sound)" (j’) and "there (replacing a word)" (y).

Examples of "I ... there; I ... it" in use

There is 1 example of the French word for "I ... there; I ... it" being used:

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