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Kwiziq community member
20 March 2019
Could someone explain the meaning of 'y' in this sentence:
Demain, j'y verrai plus clair.
Tomorrow, I'll see things more clearly.
This question relates to:French lesson "Conjugate voir and envoyer in Le Futur (future tense)"
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It is idiomatic here as the expression is -
Y voir plus clair = To see 'things' more clearly
Hope this helps
Thanks, I've never come across that expression before.
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