How do you use que in sentences? I get confused because I see sentences( can’t think of one) that use que out of nowhere. I remember that it’s used in clauses but how do you tell when there’s a clause?
Que has many different uses and is a supporting word in a sentence often used for clarification or emphasis. Often used as "what"
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A clause is simply a thought that contains both a noun and a verb.
A sentence can be made up of one clause
"He is eating a sandwich", Eat(v) + Sandwich(n)
or multiple related clauses
"I like learning languages / so / I signed up for Duolingo"
Learning (v) + Languages(n) / Sign up(v) + Duolingo(n)
No. For "while" in this sentence you would need "pendant que" or "tandis que".
"que" generally translates to "that" and is generally left out of English sentences:
"The woman I saw was very beautiful."
"La femme que j'ai vue était très belle."
"I think you're right."
"Je pense que tu as raison."