Does 'ces sont' exist in French or only 'ce sont'?
I have seen differing advice on this across the internet so I'm unsure
The simple answer is no, you have to have a noun after ces which is a demonstrative adjective.
Ce/cet/cette and ces = this/that and these/those (demonstrative adjectives)
You say -
Ces oranges sont amères = These oranges are bitter
Ce sont des oranges amères = These orange are bitter /these are bitter oranges
Hope this helps!
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