Kwiziq community member
7 July 2018
How could we find a focused practice where we would select the correct form between these two?
This question relates to:French lesson "Qu'est-ce qui + [verb] = What [does]..."
Kwiziq language super star
18 July 2018
Which two do you mean ?
20 July 2018
Not certain why this question would be so out of context since it related to an existing thread where it seemed everyone was confused. The foucs practice would ask the test taker to choose between Qu'est-ce qui and Qu'est-ce que....
Bonjour Suzanne !
Cécile's confusion came from the fact that your question wasn't posted as a reply to the existing thread, but as a new question, which we see independently :)
I agree with your request, and I have produced a Gap Fill exercise on this distinction to be published in the coming weeks :)
I hope that's helpful!Bonne journée !
28 January 2019
to me you don't choose between "qu'est ce qui " and "qu'est ce que " but "qui " and "que ("est-ce que" is only a formula to ask a standard question) , with two different questions words "que" (what ) and "qui" (who ) , "qu'est-ce qui" is another kind of structure more idiomatic , and to put these two questions in the same level seems to me inaccurate.
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