I'm confused about this. Aren't they the same thing?
Freeform Writing Exercise A1
We use -
Voilà! = Here you are!
often when you are handing something over to someone.
You would use -
Le/la voilà! = Here it is!
Les voilà! = Here they are!
to say you have found something
or of someone who is arriving
Le/la voilà = Here/there he/she is ( there he/she comes)
Les voilà! = Here/there they are! (here they come)
Hope this helps!
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