"se" is a reflexive pronoun: il se lave (he washes himself).
"ce" is a demonstrative adjective: ce chapeau (this/that hat).
Therefore, "se chapeau" does not exist.
"his hat" is "son chapeau" (possessive adjective)
Je te tire mon chapeau
what's the difference of trop and très?
très petit = very small
trop petit = too small
What a polite way of saying, "Your head is too big!"
Is there a way to distinguish the pronunciation of se and ce?
My inclination was that the speaker was saying His hat is too small for you / Se chapeau est trop petit pour vous.
That would be "son chapeau est trop petit pour vous". "Se" is ised when you say something like "Elle se lave" (she washes herself) or "il s'appelle X" (he is X)
How would you tell the difference between "Ces Chapeaux" and "Ce Chapeau"?
There is a small change of pronunciation between Ce and Ces, and although chapeau and chapeaux sound the same, the first word must be interpreted correctly
what does trop means?
too as in too much I think
its very difficult to hear the difference between se and ce. This couls have easily been 'se' as in his hat is too small for you
No, not easily, since "se chapeau" would not mean anything.
for his or her hat: son chapeau
What is the difference between saying ce chapeau and cet chapeau?
"cet" is reserved for masculine words starting with a vowel or a non aspirate H
Can we say, "This hat is too much small for you"?
I do not think so, since "small" is not a quantity. "too small" will be fine.
wow I put the hat is to small for you wrong
The hat = le chapeau
This hat = ce chapeau
Parce que ta tête est trop grosse.