Is "cettes" a word?
I learned this/that/these (demonstrative pronouns) on Duolingo before my French teacher talked to our class about them, so I always thought that no matter the gender of a word, "these" would be "ces." However, when my French teacher was talking about them, she said that if the word is feminine plural, "these" is cettes (like "cettes pommes sont rouges," for example).
I find it hard to believe that my teacher, a native French speaker, would make a mistake like that. Is "cettes" from another variation of French, or was she actually wrong?
'Cettes' does not exist in French.
Une voiture -- des voitures -- ces (not cettes) voitures.
Here's a link to help you out: http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/french/grammar/possessivead/demonstrativeadrev1.shtml
cettes is not a word you cant say that its cette I have a list of all the pronouns from my french class.