ARRRRRGGGHHHHH - French grammar !


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23 August 2016

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ARRRRRGGGHHHHH - French grammar !

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French lesson "C'est vs il/elle est: Saying it is"


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24 August 2016


Bonjour Charlie, Use "il est" if: it's an adjective describing a person; an unmodified adverb or noun, or a prepositional phrase. Use "c'est" if: it's an adjective describing a situation; or a modified adverb or noun, or a proper name or stressed pronoun. Google search: il est vs c'est, and you'll find this explained with examples. Good Luck! Cheryl

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