Using "va-t-on" structure for questions

Using "va-t-on" structure for questions

Pls why was this: Où va-t-on ce soir used for this sentence?
Asked 1 year ago

Hi Cynthia,

the general rule says to start with the question word (où), vollowed by the verb (va) and then the subject (on). The "t" that's been inserted between va and on is there simply to ease pronounciation for lazy French tongues. ;)

-- Chris (not a native speaker).

Thank you so much Chris for explaining it clearly

Using "va-t-on" structure for questions

Pls why was this: Où va-t-on ce soir used for this sentence?

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