On in French has several meanings, which can be somewhat confusing for French learners. In this episode, I’ll go through the different uses of this pronoun, with examples of course!
Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode
Nous allons au cinéma = on va au cinéma = we’re going to the cinema.
On est fatigués = nous sommes fatigués = we’re tired
En France, on mange du fromage = In France, people eat cheese.
En Australie, on aime bien le surf = In Australia, people like surfing
Au secours! On a volé mon portefeuille! = Help ! Someone stole my wallet !
On m’a dit que les voisins allaient divorcer = Someone told me the neighbours were going to divorce.
Nous, on aime le français.
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