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|French to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|French term or phrase: Je suis en|
|Homework assignment for 11 year old no french known in home.|
|I am in ( at)|
"EN" may have different translations depending on the complete sentence.
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Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
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to be in ( could be in the process of)
An accurate translation can only be made in context but here are 2 examples of its use:-
Je suis en Italie - I am in Italy.
Je suis en train de faire un gateau - I am in the process of making a cake.
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I am at (in)
EN is a preposition.I am not contributing more to the answer. Nevertheless, if it can be of any help, here are some examples;
je suis en France - I am in France
Je suis en train d'attendre - EN TRAIN DE is an expression which means DOING something or in the process of doing it.
Je suis en colère - I am annoyed/mad.
Je suis un homme - I am a man.
Je suis Italien/français etc
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