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I came about this phrase:

Cette diversité

If I use ce instead of cette, would that be wrong?

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Diversité is feminine, You don't use ce in front of a feminine noun. Here's the rule: in French and in English. – Laure Jul 3 '14 at 12:50
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Well "ce" is masculine and "cette" is feminine.

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