when is tout used rather than full tout ce qui/que?
the ce qui/ce que adds the "that". Tout is just "everything". Tout ce que is "everything that".
Il aime tout. -- He likes everything.Il aime tout ce qui sent bon. -- He likes everything that smells good.
Try here: https://www.wordreference.com/fren/tout
You will be able to assess the various uses without the pronouns ce que, ce qui.
Hope this helps.
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