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Why is it 'ce sont mes livres' not 'c'est'?

SusanB2Kwiziq community member

Why is it 'ce sont mes livres' not 'c'est'?

Above it says when a thing is about to be mentioned always use 'c'est'. The previous mention is in another sentence.
Asked 5 years ago
LauraKwiziq team member
Bonjour Susan, Thanks for your question. You're right, the explanation isn't clear - we'll get it fixed as soon as possible.
SusanB2Kwiziq community member
Thank you.
OzanA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

can we say that 
Est-ce que vous connaissez Pierre? Oui, il est bon etudiant

normally nouns need "articles". but   "il" can use without an article for giving an opinion about something mentioned.As you can see There is a noun in the sentence.I am curious about whether it is correct or not?

Why is it 'ce sont mes livres' not 'c'est'?

Above it says when a thing is about to be mentioned always use 'c'est'. The previous mention is in another sentence.

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