Hello, I couldn't see an example with 'cet', when do you use it please?
Emediong is correct: "cet" is used with masculine singular nouns starting with a vowel or mute h. Here are a few examples:
Cet homme-ci = this man
Cet homme-là = that man
Cet arbre-ci = this tree
Cet arbre-là = that tree
Follow the link below: demonstrative-adjectives-ce-cet-cette-and-ces
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
U use 'cet' when referring to masculine gender. In any case, u can Google it up
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