Why is “it’s a pretty dress” not considered to be referencing a specific thing and hence Elle est une jolie robe

Why is “it’s a pretty dress” not considered to be referencing a specific thing and hence Elle est une jolie robe

Asked 5 months ago

Seems to me a ‘that’ rule works.  If ‘that’ works with the English translation then use ‘’C’est” otherwise use “il/elle” etc

Why is “it’s a pretty dress” not considered to be referencing a specific thing and hence Elle est une jolie robe

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