This exercise begins with: Je fais un métier -- que -- j'adore : je suis docteur .
Yes, I can understand that que in this sentence refers to the noun "un métier", and the fact that it's a noun, means you use que & not ce que. The explanation I read on kwizik's lesson about these relative pronouns, said that you'd only use ce que if you were referring back to a "whole idea", a clause with a verb. Well, there is a verb in the first part of this sentence: fais.
The doctor could be referring to the whole
idea that he does a job (there's a verb), & this is what he adores (?)
So then, wouldn't you say: je fais un métier ce que j'adore.
He adores the fact that he does a job.
- I'm still not clear about whether to use "que' or "ce que". The verb "fais" makes me think of using ce que, and not just que."