Are you saying you use ce sont before a pronoun also?

Cheryl

Kwiziq community member

17 October 2017

3 replies

Are you saying you use ce sont before a pronoun also?

This relates to:
C'est, ce sont = this is, these are (demonstrative pronouns) -

Ron

Kwiziq community member

17 October 2017

17/10/17

Bonjour Cheryl, I am quite uncertain of the meaning of your question. C'est and ce sont are both demonstrative pronouns. Would you be so kind as to clarify the meaning of «before a pronoun»? Merci,

Cheryl

Kwiziq community member

18 October 2017

18/10/17

It's ok I've worked it out myself - I think!. It's only C'est when it's a adjective or adverb. Pronouns like miennes would still be Ce sont???

Chris

Kwiziq community member

19 October 2017

19/10/17

It would, e.g., be "Les valises, ce sont les miennes." I hope that was your question.

-- Chris. (not a native speaker)

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