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FRENCH INDEX FRENCH - grammar - WHICH 09 GRAMMAR: INDEX


WHICH, WHAT, WHO, IS IT

On WHICH O8 you saw some of the different ways 'which' and 'what' can be translated. We're going to look now at more "questions", formed in various ways. Remember that 'que + elle' = ' qu'elle ' (etc.).

What (non-specific) does she know? Que sait-elle?
Does she know? (lit. 'is it that she knows?) Est-ce qu'elle sait?
What does she know? (lit. 'what is it, that which she knows?) Qu'est-ce qu'elle sait?

Note the way the next one is constructed - a very common expression also used to translate "What's the matter?", or similar.

What is it? (lit. 'What is it that it is'?) Qu'est-ce que c'est?

For 'who', 'qui' is used (never abbreviated to ' qu' ') - note how 'que' (abbreviated) is used in the last example when the unidentified 'who' becomes the object of the following verb.

Who (non-specific) knows? Qui sait?
Who knows?
(lit. '
Who is it that knows?' 'Who is the one who knows?')
Qui est-ce qui sait?
Who did she see? (lit. 'Who is the one that she saw?) Qui est-ce qu'elle a vu?

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