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5 December 2018
Could we have a comparison with 'juste à ce qui' on this page too please?
This question relates to:French lesson "Jusqu'à ce que + Le Subjonctif = Until [someone] does [something]"
There is no juste à ce qui, because the que is not a relative pronoun but a conjunction. It does not replace a noun, as a relative pronoun would.
It is the same que that appears in: J'aime que tu sois là.
Thanks for the flowers, Diane, it is good to know that my remarks sometimes help people.
I can't put stuff on the webpage because I am not part of the kwiziq team. But maybe someone of the team is going to read this.
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