In French, you will frequently see that the subject pronoun je becomes j'. Let's find out when in this lesson.
Learn when to use j' in French
Look at these two examples:
Notice that the pronoun je ('I' in English) becomes j' when used in front of verbs beginning with a vowel (a, e, i, o, or u) or a silent 'h'.
This contraction changes the pronunciation and is called elision.
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