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Ce que j'aime le plus, c'est ton sourire. C'est vs est?

David C.B1Kwiziq community member

Ce que j'aime le plus, c'est ton sourire. C'est vs est?

Ce que j'aime le plus, c'est ton sourire.

What I like most is your smile

However would it not be: What I like most it is your smile

Why is c'est -> is 

It should be

c'est -> it is

Asked 4 years ago
Chris W.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

Your remark is correct, in that in French one often repeats the subject. It's like saying in English: "What I like best, that is your smile." You could omit the "that" in English, but in French it is common to say it.

Ce que j'aime le plus, c'est ton sourire. C'est vs est?

Ce que j'aime le plus, c'est ton sourire.

What I like most is your smile

However would it not be: What I like most it is your smile

Why is c'est -> is 

It should be

c'est -> it is

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