"Il y a de la neige et ole la glace" what does ole mean?

I got the translation online as "There are snow and ole the ice"

2 Answers

  • Alby
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago
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    I have never seen that word before. Are you sure it's not 'de la glace"? The sentence would then translate to: "There is some snow and some ice", which seems to make sense.

    NOTE: "Il y a" translates into English as either "there is" or "there are", depending on which goes with the overall grammatical number of a translated sentence.

  • 1 decade ago

    "There are some snow and ice" (it's not "ole "but "de" ).

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