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The "l'" is indeed the elided form of "le". It is a pronoun that replaces "extrêmement important". Let us imagine the sentence without this pronoun: Cette affaire, extrêmement importante, est extrêmement importante pour une autre raison. Repeating "extrêmement importante" is awkward and should be avoided. Hence, it is replaced by a pronoun. A similar ...


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