I have always doubts about the use of il and ce to express a neutre pronoun.
Example: C'est vrai que tu parles bien Français / Il est vrai que tu parles bien français
"C'est vrai." is a complete sentence, meaning "That's true.".
"Il est vrai." as an ended sentence is very, very formal and old-fashioned.
"Il est vrai que je suis riche." means "It is true that I am rich.".
"C'est vrai que je suis riche." means the same thing but is more colloquial
Quelle est la solution magic pour que je puisse communiquer en français??
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"Merci pour" ou "merci de" ?
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