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Il est bon, refers to the actor or the film. If it is the film, shouldn t it be "c'est bon"?

RicardoA2Kwiziq community member

Il est bon, refers to the actor or the film. If it is the film, shouldn t it be "c'est bon"?

"Il est bon", refers to the actor or the film? If it is the film, shouldn't it be "c'et bon"?

Asked 1 year ago
MaartenC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

No, if referring to the specific film being good, it is ‘il est bon’, as it is “le film est bon’.

Il/elle/ils/elles = it/he/she/they (French Subject Pronouns) 

https://www.lawlessfrench.com/grammar/cest-vs-il-est/

CélineKwiziq team member

Bonjour Ricardo,

To supplement Maarten's answer, take a look here too: C'est vs il/elle est

Bonne journée !

Il est bon, refers to the actor or the film. If it is the film, shouldn t it be "c'est bon"?

"Il est bon", refers to the actor or the film? If it is the film, shouldn't it be "c'et bon"?

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