What's the correct pronounciation for "Je and J' " on French? And when do I use each one?
Oct 21, 2020 1:54 AM
Answers · 2
As previously said, je can't be used before a vowel. However it is useful to know that it spoken french we tend to use j' a lot even before a consonant. Je can sometimes sound too formal. Also note that spoken quickly, which is often the case in everyday life, j' can sometimes become "ch". For example you'll have je ne sais pas - je sais pas - ché pas. Of course the last one is very casual but commonly heard.
October 22, 2020
We use Je when the axillary or the verb after he starts by normal letter, and on utilise j avec apostrophe quand on a un lettre voyelle (à, o, u...)
October 21, 2020
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