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Se dire vs dire

The snag is with On, which may stand for "anyone" as well as for "we". In this particular sentence, it stands for "we". Hence my proposed translation: "there's so ...
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Se dire vs dire

We don't need to use the reflexive form here but doing it slightly changes the meaning. De choses à dire means 'we have many things to say' (to whomever listen). De choses à se dire means 'we have ...
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