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26 July 2016
Video above, On vs L'on
On the video, I feel the explanation for "on vs l'on" (minute 6:18) is not applicable. I don't believe this is an example of euphony, because there are occasions that we use qu'on (unlike va-t-il, a clear example of euphony, that is never without a "t"). So, I think in this phrase, the first "on" is indefinite, but in the second part, having a point of reference, it becomes definite. Am I correct on this?
This question relates to:French lesson "On = we, one, people"
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