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- “L’on y danse”: why the article “l’ ”? 5 answers
I came across the phrase from the title while listening to a French song, the full verse was:
Que l'on peut boire au creux des ruisseaux
Could anyone explain why the phrase in the title uses a direct object pronoun? It seems to have the same meaning of Que on peut, though is the pronoun mandatory here?