Apparently discussing this isn't important either cx
Why not c'est?
When saying something "is NOT" you have to include both 'ne' as well as 'pas' surrounding the verb that is not being done. In this case, the 'ne' preceeds 'est' and is contracted to become "n'est"
The sentence is negative, and therefore, it needs ne...pas.
Is it okay if I write "il est pas important"?what is the difference between the use of "ce" and "il" here?
Then that means "He is not important"
You have to add the "ne". Il n'est pas important.
"Ce n'est pas important" can either be "It's not important" or "This isn't important" depending on the context (which is the subject).
Since there isn't any context, "Ce n'est pas important" can mean both.
Is this how it's actually pronounced? Isn't it more like sneh pah-zamporto
why is ce there?
"Ce" means it, this, or that. (Depending on the context.)
Why not ça n'est pas important?
ça does mean "this" but it's typically used for other forms. there's no set pattern as far as i know but you'll have to memorize where to you use ce/cette versus ça
What is the difference between c'est ne pas and ce n'est pas
c'est ne pas is incorrect grammer since the ne is added to the verb, not to the pronoun.
Doesn't "ce" mean "this"? How do you know if it's "it" or "this"?
2021-09-22; 13:49 U.S. Eastern Time
Why didn't the narrator use liaison between «pas» and «important»?
Is «pas» not susceptible to liaison before a word beginning with a vowel?