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Andrew

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5 December 2016

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Could someone help me with the following question from quiz 789678: I use these tomatoes. These are the last ones. J'utilise ces tomates. Ce sont les dernières. Why is it not "... Elles sont les dernières."?

This relates to:
C'est vs il/elle est: Saying it is -

Andrew

Kwiziq community member

5 December 2016

5/12/16

P.S. Sorry for title and formatting of question above... I didnt realise you cant edit your post after submitting it

Andrew

Kwiziq community member

6 December 2016

6/12/16

I worked it out... it is because of the following statement from #1 above:

If "it is" is followed by un/une/le/la...(any form of article / determinant) - it is a beautiful dress - then you will use c'est.

I'll try to be more careful in reading the notes in the future :)

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