En with y in a sentence

Scott

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29 November 2018

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En with y in a sentence

I can say, "I am bringing two bottles of wine there" I believe like this:
J'y apporte deux bouteilles de vin.

Can I say, "I am bringing two of them there" like this?
J'y en apporte deux.

Or would it be:
J'en y apporte deux.

Or would you use a completely different construction?

thanks, Scott

This question relates to:
French lesson "Indirect object + en (double pronouns)"

Chris

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29 November 2018

29/11/18

The rule is y before en, as, e.g., in il y en a deux (there are two of them).

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