How to use the DEMONSTRATIVE DETERMINANT “CET” in FRENCH 👨‍🎓 ?

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In this article you are going to learn how to use the demonstrative determinant CET 👨‍🎓

How to use the demonstrative determinant CET in French 👨‍🎓 ?

CET is used to show a specific object,  a specific person or a specific animal.
It can also designate a moment of the day : CET après-midi.
The noun that follows has to be a MASCULINE-SINGULAR NOUN that begins with

  • a VOWEL (a, e, i, o, u, y)

or

  • a MUTE H.
How to use the demonstrative determinant  CET ? 👨‍🎓
I’m going to sit at the foot of this tree
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He works in this hospital

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This bird sings all day

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20 sentences to train with the demonstrative determinant CET 💪

1 – CET été, nous irons quelques jours à Paris.
This summer, we will go to Paris for a few days.
The determinant cet is placed before the word été which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the vowel “e”.

2 – Comment se nomme CET homme dont vous m’avez parlé ?
What is the name of this man you told me about ?
The determinant cet is placed before the word homme which is a singular-masculine name that begins with a mute h.

3 – CET oiseau chante toute la journée.
This bird sings all day.
The determinant cet is placed before the word oiseau which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the vowel “o”.

4 – Nous avons réservé des chambres dans CET hôtel.
We booked rooms in this hotel.
The determinant cet is placed before the word hôtel which is a singular-masculine name that begins with a mute h.

5 – CET hamac sous les cocotiers, voilà l’endroit idéal pour se reposer.
This hammock under the coconut trees is the perfect place to rest.
The determinant cet is placed before the word hamac which is a singular-masculine name that begins with a mute h.

6 – Sophie, pose CET haltère, tu vas te faire mal.
Sophie, put this dumbbell down, you’ll hurt yoursel.
The determinant cet is placed before the word haltère which is a singular-masculine name that begins with a mute h.

7 – CET enfant est surpris.
This child is surprised.
The determinant cet is placed before the word été which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the vowel “e”.

8 – CET aérodrome est immense !
This airfield is huge !
The determinant cet is placed before the word aérodrome which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the vowel “a”.

9 – CET endroit est désertique.
This place is desert.
The determinant cet is placed before the word endroit which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the vowel “e”.

10 – CET appartement est bien exposé.
This apartment is well exposed.
The determinant cet is placed before the word appartement which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the vowel “a”.

11 – Rappelle-toi CET incendie, il avait fait des ravages.
Remember that fire, it had wreaked havoc.
The determinant cet is placed before the word incendie which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the vowel “i”.

12 – CET uniforme ne me plaît pas !
This uniform does not please me !
The determinant cet is placed before the word uniforme which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the vowel “u”.

13 – CET avion  part pour Paris.
This plane leaves for Paris.
The determinant cet is placed before the word avion which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the vowel “a”.

14 – Il s’est opposé à CET homme.
He opposed this man.
The determinant cet is placed before the word homme which is a singular-masculine name that begins with a mute h.

15 – Je dois finir CET article pour demain.
I have to finish this article for tomorrow.
The determinant cet is placed before the word article which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the vowel “a”.

16 – CET arbre est grand.
This tree is big.
The determinant cet is placed before the word arbre which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the vowel “a”.

17 – CET article est trop long.
This article is too long.
The determinant cet is placed before the word article which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the vowel “a”.

18 – CET homme qui part avec son fils est mon oncle.
This man who leaves with his son is my uncle.
The determinant cet is placed before the word homme which is a singular-masculine name that begins with a mute h.

19 – CET élève oublie toujours ses livres !
This student always forgets his books !
The determinant cet is placed before the word élève which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the vowel “e”.

20 – Regarde CET avion !
Look at this plane !
The determinant cet is placed before the word avion which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the vowel “a”.

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