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Talking about playing the piano. Which pronoun do you use? : "j'en joue" ou "j'y joue"?

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marked as duplicate by Laure, Toto, Un francophone, Alexis Pigeon, Hugo Dozois Mar 3 '14 at 16:29

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If you have difficulty understanding the answers already given to that question, don't hesitate to leave a comment to ask for a translation of the answers. – Laure Feb 27 '14 at 19:05

You should use "J'en joue".

"J'y joue" would be used for a sport or a game...

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that is explainable by the concept of COD COI and circumstantial complement of place becasue can be replace before the verb but that's way to old and my memories need a refresh – Kiwy Feb 28 '14 at 8:42

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