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On or On N'
Before a word beginning with a vowel, 'we' can become confused with ' on n'. In order to know if you have to write on or on n', it is necessary to put the verb to another person and see if it is for the negative or affirmative form.
On écoute le professeur. Vous écoutez le professeur.
On n' écoute pas le cours. Vous n'écoutez pas le cours.
Complete the following sentences with ON or ON N'
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