What is the difference between ce vs ça? Considering the fact, that they both mean that, this and it?

What is the difference between ce vs ça? Considering the fact, that they both mean that, this and it?

Asked 4 months ago
MlleC1Correct answer

"Ce" means "this/that" as in "this boy " or "this/that  month" . You would say "ce garçon" or "ce mois."  This is a demonstrative pronoun, pointing out which one you're talking about -- that one.

The "this" or "that" represented by "ça" is more of a standalone "this/that."

I know that : "Je sais ça."        I'm using that!   "J'utilise ça!"

What is the difference between ce vs ça? Considering the fact, that they both mean that, this and it?

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