"C'est" et "il est"

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Emilie Tardif PereiraFrench
May 4, 2018
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  1. Emploi de "c'est"

Pour identifier une chose ou une personne, on utilise c'est (ce sont au pluriel) + nom.

Exemples :
  • C'est un livre.
  • Ce sont des amis.
  • C'est un cousin.
  • C'est Sophie, ma voisine.

  1. Emploi de "il est"

Pour décrire une chose ou une personne, on utilise il est/elle est (ils sont/elles sont au pluriel) + adjectif ou profession.

Exemples :
  • C'est un livre. Il est cher.
  • Ce sont des livres. Ils sont chers.
  • C'est un bon ami. Il est très gentil.
  • C'est Sophie. Elle est belge. Elle est professeur.
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My name is Emilie and I'm a native French speaker. I studied French at school and I've taught it for more than 10 years so I know how to teach it effectively. I've also learned foreign languages such as English, Portuguese and Spanish so I understand the challenges and struggles of the process and I have keys to help you overcome them successfully and keep motivated until you reach your objectives. I adapt to my students and their objectives in learning French. I use different methods to help you learn quickly, get confident and be able to talk fluently. Contact me for your first lesson and start learning French now !
Flag
French
globe
France
time
177
English
C1
,
Portuguese
B1
,
Spanish
A2
My name is Emilie and I'm a native French speaker. I studied French at school and I've taught it for more than 10 years so I know how to teach it effectively. I've also learned foreign languages such as English, Portuguese and Spanish so I understand the challenges and struggles of the process and I have keys to help you overcome them successfully and keep motivated until you reach your objectives. I adapt to my students and their objectives in learning French. I use different methods to help you learn quickly, get confident and be able to talk fluently. Contact me for your first lesson and start learning French now !

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