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comment What does “y” replace in this prose fragment?
So this learning site only teaches things that are not too localized. What does that even mean? Knowledge is knowledge; it's neither too general nor too localized. Anyway, who came up with this highly unscientific and unpedagogical concept of localized information? It really gets in the way of dedicated learners like me who want to check various grammatical rules against all kinds of possible contexts in which they might exist.
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accepted Can “dire” be used as “so-called”?
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accepted Is it “n'y rien comprendre” or “n'y comprendre rien”?
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comment Is it “n'y rien comprendre” or “n'y comprendre rien”?
So in your opinion whoever wrote that piece from which I quoted this line was wrong in saying personne n'y comprend rien? Is that what you're saying?
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comment What does “y” replace in this prose fragment?
@StéphaneGimenez "it won't help anyone on the internet": it helps me; ain't that enough? or perhaps I don't count.
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asked Is it “n'y rien comprendre” or “n'y comprendre rien”?
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revised What does “y” replace in this prose fragment?
added 2 characters in body
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accepted On the absence of predicate verbs in clauses
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accepted What is the role of “en” in “il en est de la solidité de”?