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Both sentences use parce que. You have to compare “parce qu'elle” in the first sentence to “parce que ce” in the second. The last e of parce que is elided only in the first because elle starts with a vowel but not ce. Therefore, the only difference lies in the choice of the subject pronoun in the second clause of this sentence. Whether to use il/elle or ce ...


The meaning is the same as "because". You are removing an "e" before a word starting with a vowel to "parce que" for the same reason you are adding a "n" to the indefinite article "a" in english : language fluency. Here some examples : Parce qu'il ment = Because he is lying Parce que tu mens = Because you are lying Those two sentences mean the same ...

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