why 'c'est un chat (une chatte) sous le chapeau' is marked wrong?
"C'est" is "it is", not "there is". If someone asked you "what's going on?" You wouldn't answer "it is a cat under the hat". You would say "there is a cat under the hat".
Hope that helps!
Or another way of saying it, "C'est" is talking about the description of an object and "Il y a" is talking about the location of an object.
Simply put: "Il y a" = There is, "C'est" = "This/that is"
What's the difference between "sur" and "sous?"
Sur = on, on top of, above, out of
Sous = under, underneath, beneath, below
Why is it - you can put "a" before "un"? (since they both start with vowels?)
Why was "cap" not accepted?