je m’en sors pas – French expression

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je m’en sors pas – I can’t cope    – French expression – Mot du Jour

s’en sortir – to self from it to go out. In everyday French, s’en sortir means “to get out of a situation”, “to get by”, but also “to cope, to manage, to be better off”. It’s a reflexive verb.

  • « J’ai trop de boulot et je [ne] m’en sors pas, même avec l’aide de mon assistant. »
    • ‘I have too much work and I can’t cope, even with the help of my assistant.’

Here is another example:

  • « J’ai eu du mal, mais je m’en suis sorti grâce à l’aide de l’assoce. »
    • ‘I had a hard time, but I managed thanks to the help of the organization.’
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