Confused

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Heba

Kwiziq community member

23 September 2018

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Confused

Bonjour,

In the examples on the right you say in number 4 on the second row:

C'est bientôt les vacances!
It's the holidays soon!

But in explaining the lesson you say:

Ce sont bientôt les vacances!
It's the holidays soon!

Which is correct?!

Thank you.

This question relates to:
French lesson "C'est, ce sont = this is, these are (demonstrative pronouns)"

Chris

Kwiziq community member

24 September 2018

24/09/18

Hi Heba,

Both are acceptable, although the plural version "ce sont" is more formal and considered a bit more "proper".

Here is a page that explains it well: http://www.oniris.be/forum/c-est-les-vacances-ou-ce-sont-les-vacances-t6977s0.html

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