Kwiziq community member
10 April 2017
Aren't some of the answers to question 1 ambiguous with regard to their correctness?
I understand that "Vous pouvez prendre tout ce qu'est sur la table" is the answer to question 1 because it should be using "ce qui" instead of "ce que." But aren't the other questions which use "tout" also possibly incorrect. For example, in "Tout ce qu'il fait m'agace," wouldn't this be incorrect if "tout" was being used as a noun instead of a pronoun? In such case, the "ce" should be dropped to be correct.
This question relates to:French lesson "Ce que (vs ce qui) = what, which (relative pronouns)"
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11 April 2017
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