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
To use the modal verb 'must' when you talk about the past.
When do you use mich vs mir? Also why is it "Mir ist kalt" instead of "Ich bin kalt"?
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