I thought french had 'ces' to be the plural equivalent of 'ce' in 'c'est'
"ces" is the plural of "ce" when it is a demonstrative adjective: ce livre, ces livres.
but in "c'est" ce/c' is a neutral pronoun, which has no plural form: c'est, ce sont (only the verb moves to plural)
Can I get a like on this post
ce sont - c'est!