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C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ canadienne.

Elle est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

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C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ canadiens.

Ils sont

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

333
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ canadiennes.

Elles sont

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

334
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ chinois.

Il est / Ils sont

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

335
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ chinoise.

Elle est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

336
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ chinoises.

Elles sont

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

337
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ espagnol.

Il est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

338
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ espagnole.

Elle est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

339
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ espagnols.

Ils sont

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

340
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ espagnoles.

Ils sont

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

341
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ américain.

Il est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

342
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ américaine.

Elle est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

343
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ américains.

Ils sont

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

344
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ américaines.

Elles sont

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

345
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ français.

Il est / Ils sont

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

346
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ française.

Elle est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

347
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ françaises.

Elles sont

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

348
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ italien.

Il est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

349
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ italienne.

Elle est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

350
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ italiens.

Ils sont

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

351
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ italiennes.

Elles sont

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

352
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ suisse.

Il/Elle est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

353
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ suisses.

Ils/Elles sont

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

354
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ chic.

Il(s)/Elle(s) est (sont)

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

355
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ drôle.

Il/Elle est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

356
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ gentil.

Il est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

357
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ gentille.

Elle est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

358
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ heureux.

Il est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

359
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ heureuse.

Elle est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).

360
C'est vs. Il/Elle est

___ sportif.

Il est

Il/Elle est (pl. Ils/Elles sont) are generally used to describe someone or something already mentioned in the conversation. They are usually followed by an adjective, a prepositional phrase, and occasionally by an unmodified noun (without an article).