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1) Could you please explain why 'papier' is pronounced with an 's' as it sounds like 'papSier'.
2) 'avec les mains et les pieds', To my ear 'pieds' sounds like 'lipsé' ... any help with understanding this pronunciation would be appreciated.
This is a line from an old song--> "Qu'il y'en a un sur deux qui n'est jamais heureux."
What does en do/mean here?
to help me remember which demonstrative pronoun to use. I'm surprised i haven't come across this somewhere else because now it seems obvious to me.
Anyway, thought i'd share in case it can help others.
Think of them like this:
of course, just remove the hyphen and you have your correct demonstrative pronoun!
Ex. from above: Ils ont réussi à la convaincre. Subject They/verb succeeded - requires preposition à before infinitive verb convaincre to convince?
I am wondering why "la" direct object is used here instead of "lui" please? Merci!