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Kwiziq community member
8 December 2017
It is not grammar related question, but I would love to know why Quebec behaves like a country? Is it because of the referendum?
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9 December 2017
12 December 2017
Kwiziq language super star
28 February 2018
As "Quebec" is a Province of Canada, it will behave in grammatical terms just like other regions, states and shires having its own article to denote it. So you will have "le Québec, la Normandie, le Missouri, le Yorkshire" etc..
nothing to do with the referendum...
Hope this helps!
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