How to say these and those in French
On the previous page, we saw that the equivalent of this/that in French is generally ce with masculine nouns and cette with feminine nouns. We also saw that in French, speakers don't generally distinguish between the meanings this vs that in everyday speech.
In English, this and those are used as plural equivalents of this and that respectively. In French:
The plural equivalent of ce/cette is ces. It generally covers the meanings of both these and those.
So for example:
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