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There it is

Daniel

Kwiziq community member

24 August 2017

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There it is

I'm not a native english speaker, but isn't "there it is" (which is given as an incorrect option in the quiz) also used as an expression of relief, just like "finally" or "that's it" or "there you go", depending on the context?

This relates to:
Ça y est = That's it, It's done -

Ron

Kwiziq community member

24 August 2017

24/08/17

Bonjour Daniel,
In a word the answer is yes. For example, I am in the garage looking for an item. I spot the item and then I might say «there it is» and that would, indeed, be an expression of relief.
J'espère que cela vous aiderait.
Bonne chance.

Daniel

Kwiziq community member

29 August 2017

29/08/17

I made the same mistake again in this quiz. "Here it is" and "That's it" look like synonyms to me in some situations. Can someone please make the answers less similar?

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