"On" vs. "Nous
Hello! So, I've seen "on" used as an informal version of the us/we noun several times, in the lessons, stories, and in real life. However, I'm a bit confused about how to conjugate something in the form "on", as well as how I can distinguish between it meaning "we" or "someone" (also seen it used as that, instead of quelqu'un).
Could I have some help?
"on" is conjugated like il/elle.
It means we/you/one and is usually used in a very vague, general sense.
On étudie le français chaque jour.
We study French every day.
You study French every day.
One studies French every day.
It's kind of like "Folks".
It's not YOU Sophia187495 specifically.
It's like the general "you" in English.
You know when you're studying.... <- that "you" means anyone.
A person, in general. "On" is like that.