One possible translation heer is given as "Est-ce que l'on peut aller prendre un café? "
Is the "le" at all related to the café as direct object? Could you explain/provide examples of other uses of "l'on" in such contexts? Merci en avance!
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I found the above link by simply searching for l'on in previous posts -- I hope you will find this helpful.
Jim's right, but just to state the reason clearly: the l' in l'on is purely to avoid the harsh sounding "qu'on" in favor of the more flowing "que l'on". It carries no grammatical meaning.
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