inversion of il y a

donparle

donparle

I can quite get the pronounciation of "y a t-il" in the phrase "Y a t-il des fleurs dans votre jardin?" I think that I hear an l after the y. Am I hearing something that's not there?
humanist

humanist

It is "y-a-t-il" , and nothing more.
Marie-Claire-Riviere

Marie-Claire-Riviere

Salut Donparle! "Y-a-t-il" is pronounced "ja.til". Can you please specify the lesson you are referring to so we can double check? Thanks.
jmoi

jmoi

Marie It is in Lesson 1.10 Quantities. I had the same problem too when listening to the audio. joyce

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