Freeform Writing Exercise B1
"Ça" is a demonstrative pronoun and means "that", so it's very specific.
"Waiting for Godot". "It has always been my favourite play by Samuel Beckett"
I think this is a case of being "idiomatic" because the "Waiting for Godot" immediately preceded. Strictly speaking, you are correct but this is how I see it.
'Ça' (= cela) refers to an idea already mentioned - see link here (under 'Notions'): Ceci, Cela = That, this.
Other useful links: when to use ça/il - J'adore ça / Je l'adore
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
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