In Swedish, I can say
Jag dör = Je meurs = I'm dying
But if I insert ju = "obvious"
Jag dör ju = I'm obviously dying
But ju does not mean directly "obvious". It's just a word that tells that the previous word is serious. Just as a swear word. For example.
Den är där = That is there.
But if I insert ju it becomes:
Den är ju där = That is obviously there
Does French have a similar way to say ju as in Swedish just to express that something is obvious?
The word ju is pronounced as the J from the word "jello" and u is pronounced as U from the word utiliser.