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c’est ou il est ?

c’est ou il est ?

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C’est une deux-chevaux. Elle est rouge.

Doit-on dire 'c'est ou il est' ?

c’est, ce sont, il est/elle est and ils sont/elles sont are called ‘des mots présentatifs’. They are here to introduce the rest of the sentence. They can be used in the present, past and future tenses.

Should you say c’est/ce sont or il est/elles sont?

c’est and ce sont mostly come before a proper noun, an article and its noun, a date and an adjective referring to non-specifics.
il est/elle est and ils sont/elles sont mostly come before an adjective, an occupation and a nationality referring to specifics, already mentioned information.

  • C’est une deux-chevaux. Elle est rouge.
    • It’s a deux-chevaux. It’s red.

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