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il y a

lisa

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14 November 2017

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Ron

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15 November 2017

15/11/17

Bonsoir Lisa,
I do not see a question noted here, but the assumption is that it relates to «il y a». Please repost along with your question.

Bonne soirée.

Beverley

Kwiziq community member

15 November 2017

15/11/17

Il y a = there is/there are in the present tense.
Il y avait = there were in the imperfect tense.
OR
Il y a = ago
e.g. Il y a un ans, il y avait douze membres dans le groupe. = A year ago there were three members in the group.

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