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Pour tout ce qui se trouvait dans la fourchette de prix supérieure,

Brian E.C1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Pour tout ce qui se trouvait dans la fourchette de prix supérieure,

Pour tout ce qui se trouvait dans la fourchette de prix supérieure, I thought that “tous/se trouvaient” would be used as “les produits” is plural. Is it “the French way” to treat this as a singular group?
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Chris W.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

Pour tout -- for everything. Just as in English, tout is singular. You could say pour tous les produits -- for all products. Notice, however, how in English "everything" (which is a noun) becomes "all" which is used as an adjective.

Brian E.C1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

That’s helpful, cheers

Pour tout ce qui se trouvait dans la fourchette de prix supérieure,

Pour tout ce qui se trouvait dans la fourchette de prix supérieure, I thought that “tous/se trouvaient” would be used as “les produits” is plural. Is it “the French way” to treat this as a singular group?

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