If you want to know how to use the possessive adjective ‘ses’ , take a look at the following Kwiziq lesson -
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Ce/cet/cette/ces are demonstrative pronouns, as the lesson explains. Your question is in regard to ses, which is a posessive pronoun. Can you clarify what exactly you are aksing?
Ces is aposessive pronoun and in some cases can be used as a demonstrative pronoun as the lesson rightly explains. Ces can be use to signify a group of people or things and in most cases for plural/ more one thing or person
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