Some examples include the following

Some examples include the following - • Ce quimeans...

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Some examples include the following: Ce sont les hommes auxquels elle pense . (Those are the men she is thinking about.)  C'est la classe de laquelle je parlais . (That's the class I was talking about.)  Ce qui  and  ce que   The relative pronouns  ce qui  and  ce que  are used when no antecedent noun or pronoun is present: 
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Unformatted text preview: • Ce quimeans “what” or “that which” and is the subject of a verb: Je me demande ce qui se passe . (I wonder what is happening.) • Ce que means “what” (that which) and is the object of a verb: Tu sais ce que ça veut dire . (You know what that means.)...
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